Honest Faithful Hopeful
Psalms as St. Therese states almost every recollection as a thankful prayer to God.
This is my first time.
All of it was inspiring in particular how I can hear the voice of the young woman come through and easily hear my young daughters and their concerns in the writing.
This is a book to read / listen to and put down to come back to over a period of a month as it is inspirational and trying to read it too quickly robs one of the full experience.
In some ways the audio was better as the text is written more like a news report rather than a narrative and the narrator reads it in that fashion.
The chronology and research is very thorough.
Nothing except to learn the difference between Cavalry and Calvary as he makes this mistake repeatedly.
Yes but too long for one sitting.
Some events which are still in dispute regarding the conspirators and motivations were not touched on and probably should have been included even if only as speculation at this time.
I liked the way the author ties together the history of conspiracies and events which show a cohesive picture of what really happened over our recent past.
All of it.
The 9/11 portion of the book made so much sense based on only facts that it begs the re-opening of a real investigation however it would also reveal a deeper motivation and agenda.
Look Under the Stones
I would have appreciated a more unbiased review of recent politics as it is clear the author favors a Democrat over Republican slant. A bias of "our side" vs. "their side" is moot considering the subject matter. In addition it comes across as somewhat disingenuous as Obama is obviously a socialist and continuing the decline of the consitution building on the actions of all the past offenders.
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