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.
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.
This is one of best autobiography's I have discovered in a long time. It begins when a naive kid, Harry Constance, joins the service and is befuddled by the realities of a brutal war. You can see this innocent young man evolve into a killing machine to deal with the awfule war in Vietnam. Nevertheless, as good as he is on the battlefield, he finds it difficult to negotiate the politics of life. His lack of knowing or understanding how people will use anyone, to further their own lusts or ambitions is a hard burden which Harry eventually comes to terms with. As a Navy Seal, Harry was one of the best... God bless you Harry, and God bless all of those naive kids who will follow in your wake.
I read this back in the 1970's and absolutely loved the first person, up close, and personal storyline. For years I hoped to find the book transposed into an audio book. Finally it's here! Great narration for a great manuscript.
I'm not certain, but I may have enjoyed this work with a compitant narrator. Nevertheless the narration in this audiobook sounds exactly like one of those WWII government documentary's to promote the American military. In other words, it sounds awful.
I got this book at audible.com and listened to the entire 26 hours and 16 minutes. I did not want to stop! Had to force myself to pause the book. If you are a World War II history buff you will love this book.
As adults, we like to believe there are no real monsters in the world, but evil is real. The Gestapo: A History of Horror, is a true account of real monsters and true evil. This is a well written manuscript with great narration. Not a book for children.
The first two hours and fifty minutes are a spread spectrum of political differences between Germany and Russia. The book is a sanitized analysis, rather than an in depth, enthralling story of the battle of Kursk. Except for the monotone delivery, there is no personality to the work.
i wasn't sure about purchasing this work but I was very presently surprised. The book is well read and the story presents a prospective on the war that I have not found. Good book!
Though some of the scripting in this work was well meaning, I simply could not finish this one. It's like list of a personal prayer gone amuck. This might be ok for some, but not for me.
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