I would recommend this book to a friend because it offers insightful commentary into how religion as a homogenous almost sentient hive mind functions in the modern world, and why it effects so many people's lives so much. I would at the very least give this book a once over listen.
The narrator has a very pleasant southernly voice.
The book made me reconsider my worldview on religion by giving new spins of perspective on the topic.
There are points in the reading where he stutters, or has to reread certain sentences, but these are far and few between and don't take the listener out of the book too much. The beginning of the book makes the premise that religion is a virus, and begins to compare biological viruses with mental viruses. This premise was shaky for me at first, but once the ball got rolling, he carried his points well and thoroughly. The personal stories and interesting side facts (especially about the airfields that islanders built to attract cargo planes) made this book much more gripping. I give it an overall 4.5/5
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