The anatrrtino is excellent.
NOne that I can think up.
He could imitate accnets very well.
I felt bad when he talked about them filming Mighty Casey and the leading actor was dead.
The only issue I have is it tends to jump around from ep to ep.
I would because of the interesting storyline and characters
One of Tom Clancy's novels. Just as good as one of the late authors books.
All of them, but Burov in particular. Brick's excellent at different accents.
The overall story.
North Korea's fascinated me a lot. There's so much we in the West don't know about that country.
He does in a very detailed way, letting us know who's who.
Nothing at all.
A must-have for people wishing to learn more about North Korea's early years.
Well for the most part.
Luke. I liked seeing his jerney to continue becoming a jedi.
All of them.
Afraid I can't come up with one.
A must have for any Star Wars fan.
One of the best spy novels I've read.
Sam. No spy, but an excellent historian. Crane/Meed as well.
He's excellent with different accents.
Not sure what kind of tagline I could come up with to be honest.
A must-have for any spy or thriller buff.
Action thriller awesome.
Jim Dylan, if that's how you spell his name. He has views I'd agree with if I were in his position.
He's excellent with different types of accents.
A must have for political and action thriller fans.
The action all around, from the political battlefield and the military.
The speaker's press conference on the letters of mark.
Excellent narration, especially with accents.
Afraid I can't pick just one.
A must-have for any military or political thriller fans.
Learning information on North Korea I didn't know before.
The overall plot
Excellent narration, even with no luck with different accents
Many parts made me cry some, like Shin's wife's story.
The descriptions of what happened at different points of the memoir.
I can think of no comparison to make.
A must-have for people who want to learn more about Chechnya.
I'm not sure.
Michael Kramer, or Scott Brick
Disappointment. The narration wasn't great, the idea is interesting though.
I'm sure how to rank it honestly.
The JFK biography, all of it.
I've listened to Anthony Heald, but not the other. Heald's performance as JFK is impressive.
Lyndon Johnson. I'd ask him why he helped JFK out as much as he did.
I hope the authors write more of these fictional bios.
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