I feel this book relied too much on one theroy and manipulated actual history to fit his theory
Maybe, I could be persuaded if it was another subject. His writing was clear and points made, they just didn't fit with actual history
I liked the narrator's reading. He did make the book more enjoyable
I did think the author has an interesting writing style. It was more the subject matter that I didn't enjoy. I love a good conspiracy theory, but his alternative history just couldn't be woven into actual facts.
I love Brad Meltzer's series History Decoded and I think this book is a great companion to the series.
I though the narrator did a great job of capturing the excitement of certain scenes, and also the gravity of others.
I think it is good as is
Maybe if it was free
This book had no coherent timeline. The author bounced from one secret society to another in different points in time with no reference to a change in time.
I was couldn't really appreciate the performance, due to the horrible writing
There are no real characters in this book, as it is supposed to an alternative history, rather than a story.
The author lost any possible hopes of convincing me of his alternative histories, due to the fact that he couldn't write one chapter that stayed in one time. This book appears to be the vomit of his mind landing on pages with no rhyme or reason.
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