Yes, I will listen to this again. Perhaps I am not the average person, but I love this kind of learning, and this truly is a learning experience to be savored.
Caleb did a wonderful job. I'd be proud if he was to do this kind of work for my books.
The ending was emotionally moving. One can feel the connection with the grand scheme of creation.
Sorry, but the best I can say about this book is boring. I listened and kept waiting for the accumulation of words to develop something of interest...... Never happened.
At first, all seemed well BUT suddenly, halfway through, the author (for no necessary nor literary reason) begins using derogatory phrases like, "What the hell..., eat shit..., and so on. This denigration is an obvious attempt by the author to say, "I am free." Well, so am I, and I won't support such corruption in an alleged "Godly Essay.".
A Great Work while listening there is no indication of what book, chapter, or verse you are hearing.!? This is a very large work and most folks would like to know what part they are hearing. I have this in the leather bound book and the kindle but it is impossible to follow along with the audio format.
This production makes one giant assumption. The reader / listener is gullible. Zukav assumes that you, the customer, will grant him authority to preach his "message". Blind faith in Zukav is the only way you or I might enjoy this "message". Sorry but, No Thank You....
David R. Lewis will keep your interest. This is well written, and since the author is doing the reading, the tale flows smooth as silk. The characters voices are clearly separate and firmly recognizable. The musical interludes between chapters is another plus, as it allows the imagination a few seconds to consider the storyline. David R. Lewis Is marking a clear trail and I will surely follow.
The writing for The Last Gunfighter Series is superb. Writer, William Johnstone does a fantastic job in bringing the old west alive with the narration of Jack Garrett adding flavor and color to the adventure series. If your interested in the Wild West 1870-1900 this series will satisfy your desire.
Anyone would enjoy this if the reader had at least paused a bit between sentences. The guy sounds like a computer.
Of course... I do love Louis L'Amour's writings but hate it when some hack destroys the flavor of a manuscript.
Pausing between sentences would be first. Adding some verbal feeling to the storyline would have made this a good audio book.
Anger! This would have been enjoyable but the reader sabatoged the feeling of the story. What a waste!
Don't wast your money on this. Sounds like a computer read the book! With a different reader, I would buy again.
I am listening to this audio book again... This is a story for thinkers; those who prefer the solitude of a good story.
Johannes Verne is my favorite character. At the age of six, Johannes Verne, took the hard lessons of life as nourishment for his soul. Despite the dark and dangerous times of his early youth, Johannes Verne grew to become a good man. A man of courage.
David Strathairn gave the story feeling. His style, as a reader made the story live.
No... The book is many hours.
Great book, written by a legend, read by a man who gave the story character.
The book could have been half as long if the storyline did not present a mini biography on everyone before Oppenheimer's birth and everyone during Oppenheimer's life who may have come in contact with Oppenheimer.
This book should have stuck to the subject.
No.... Why beat a dead horse?
This was a waste of time. I kept waiting for the storyline to get back to the subject but when it did return it would quickly veer off to focus on some other character who MAY have influenced Oppenheimer's life.
The story line on focuses on relativity and stays on target throughout the book.
The book ends with a clear case of how and why relativity is still with us and will remain with us.
The summation on relativity at the end of the book.
The who book excited me
A great work!
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