Informative, interesting, provocative.
The explanations of the particular ways in which investigations can go wrong, not because of a lack of suitable technology, but because of rush-to-judgment, preconceived, prejudicial beliefs of police, district attorneys, and judges.
Specific recommendations on how the legal system can be improved (last chapter).
No extreme reaction. I mostly found this book sobering.
The clear and poignant prose.
Malala: cute, precocious, profound, and disarming.
Humility. This young woman teaches us much about family strength maintained in the face of cruel adversity.
Beautifully and convincingly narrated.
I think this is an accurate account of the New Guinea campaign. I don't know for sure because I found the narration so sing-songish and cloying that I just could not finish the "listen." Too bad. If you have an alternative suggestion, please send it. I will give that one a try.
Just about any other book on the New Guinea Campaign.
Overly sweet, cloying.
Find a suitable alternative "listen."
A different narrator is likely to do this book justice.
Yes. The science is fascinating. A lot to learn and review.
I especially like the explanations about why certain approaches proved effective but others not.
No. Several sittings.
This was a good "listen."
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