Fast moving. Should have slowed a bit to allow consideration of the message.
The book seemed to concentrate on a single university.
While informative, the presentation is not a broad view of the problems in American education.
Patton at The Battle of The Bulge - Really? No way! This is a very wordy prattle of inconsequential statistics. So wordy that I'm stunned that the size, type, weight, and number of snowflakes in and around the Battle of The Bulge were not included. I had a very hard time listening to this endless collection of irrelevance. This hodgepodge is NOT about George Patton at The Battle of The Bulge. That name was hijacked to stir interest for the bottom line, money. Your money.
The audio sample, which peeked my interest turned out to be a small few minutes from the last eleven minutes of the entire audio book. The rest of the book is repetitive boring accounts of the author watching movies, making phone calls home, buying gifts for his children, and the general boring tasks of daily insignificant issues. I buy a lot of audio books but this was a wast of money and time.
I truly enjoyed this work. The way the story is interwoven and delivered with great narration kept me captivated.
This is a well thought and thorough work, yet it grips the soul. Well don!
This is a grand work by a brave, intelligent man, who lived the life of a submarine warrior. Well written to captivate the heart.
This is a tough and gritty tale of a man who came to love war, but failed to connect with his young wife. It's a familiar story.
A boating, wordy manuscript. Nearly put me to sleep while doing yard work. Don't waste your money or time with this.
Chuck Tatum delivers the emotion of combat. This book is a classic. You don't have to be a vet to feel the emotions in this work. However, for those of us who have been under fire, those who have witnessed the human disease of war, this book will come alive to stir the soul. The narration of Norman Dietz is superb, and really compliments the work put into this book. God bless you Chuck Tatum!
This is pure trash. The author presents the people of the first five books of the Bible as Mythical. Nice stories that never happened. Yet, the author takes an alleged journey to the places mentioned in the first five chapters of the Bible and claims to have enjoyed his mystic journey to view the land of Mythical characters of the Bible. Perhaps this person is a Travle Agent.
This is a stunning account of the malevolent disease of humanity, that which is called war. Yes, I admit I found the book fascinating, yet all the while I listened, nagging questions haunted me. Why is it so easy for a tiny few people to repeatedly, again, and again, manipulate a nation into war? When will the human species rid ourselves of this malevolent disease, called war? This is a gruesome account of our inbread defect for war. Personally, I enjoyed the book for exposing the murderous disease which has haunted humanity since Cain slew Abel. While I do accept that we all have the right to defend ourselves, and our country, I am at a loss to understand why. Why is there always some megalomaniac ready to grab the reigns of power and drive a nation into war? Just look back to the years between 1900 and forward to today. Nothing has changed our propensity for war.
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