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.
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.
This work is not only well done but it is a moving account of life and death. War is hell and I truly doubt that there were many atheists in the foxholes during these terrible days. While I did enjoy the stories, I found that evil is real, and only God, and good people can stop true evil.
William L. Shirer has created a very fine historical account of the rise and fall of Hitler's nightmare which became a terrible reality to humanity, and an abomination before God.
Grover Gardner's narration is superb. Well done!
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....
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