I cannot to whom it might appeal, perhaps to a very young audience or die hard fans of neil
Sure. Why not. This was a very short tepid story; and even though it was a waste of time, the writing style was witty and personal and hence does not as an exception reflect on the author's larger body of work.
The narrator (author) did a good job.
I would have put more vision and drama. The intro section was like a cormac mcarthy normal which should'nt be the case due to paucity of time & space. Suspense should creep in and leave the listener high and wanting for more.
This is a great step towards Corporate Social Responsibility / Charity. I would praise and encourage audible towards more such initiatives.
I have not read the print version.
Very good, brought energy in an engaging subject.
the entire book is good and worth the price. i believe all those who wait for the second coming or people who view Bible as a old story for the aged should read this book.
UFO coverage was inadequate. There should be more coverage on books of Jasher & Enoch from a historical perspective. Gnosticism should also have been unveiled as a credible threat.
The story is engaging and many a facts presented will make you yearn to corroborate from other sources. Much of the info is dated and the fantastical conjectures are not very believable every time. However it is the enthusiasm of the author and well translated by the reader which makes things interesting and not to mention that the authors thesis may be true to some extent as many of the Herculean feats betrays a higher intelligence in play. The amazing mathematics of the Giza pyramids and Mayan astronomical finesse cannot be attributed to tribe intelligence, if so where has this intelligence disappeared, as no doubt with all the modern scientific capabilities much of these architectures cannot be replicated.
To all the readers who might be interested, I will gladly suggest books by c.k.quartermain and Dr Patric Heron (few of ken johnson's) esp those related to aliens, ufo and nephilim etc which presents a similar case with a dramatically different flavour and replete with scriptural - historical cross-references. If you like chariots of god you will not fail to appreciate the solid thesis of these authors. Works of these authors are also available in audible.
This book is a pioneer work and should be read by all who get a nagging feeling about the incongruencies in ancient history. But beware the stuff in the book are mostly opinions and in the current times much more scientific & archaeological clarity is available freely on the Internet.
Yes. Each one case its merits. In this case Anne's performance is the game changer.
I am not a fantasy/fiction reader. However I value this book on the subtle moral values it pushes to children. In a day and age where parents do not devote much quality time, children are nannied, exposed to various hedonistic influences the need for quality and wholesome content cannot be overelaborated.
Voice Acting. You can imagine the world but it is entirely different to behold a class act. Her reading style is highly topical and engaging.
None. But the book is a classic and needs no introduction. It is a allegory and hence makes you reflect at times. It is fun overall but not extreme.
Anne you need to read much more as from a social cause perspective. Engaging voice acting which the whole family enjoys is a great way to connect and fans.
This book come from the experience of a long time professor in one of the most prestigious institutions on earth. His vantage point in observing a large no of people and students, how their lives unfold, successes and misfortune helps in summing up what matters and what does not. While the book really did not require this length and I guess it helped in giving more time to reflect and soak in the theory using multiple examples.
Claytons story and his emergent strategy that lead him to be an educationist was the most insightful.
I think he brought reflection and soul to the book. The pitch of his voice and tempo was just perfect.
Films rarely give an opportunity to reflect as like a book.
The parallels to the business world and the fallacy of marginal costing were the most insightful.This is as much a business book as a self help book
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