Never read the print version but this was a very good audiobook.
The attack to retrieve the CIA agent and the funeral procession at Coronado.
First book read by Weber but he did an excellent job with changing characters and keeping the listener engaged.
You bet, great story
buy this one...cannot say that about many books of this type but this was an excellent story well read..
Typical of this genre...author tells us about his life and tries to personalize story but never really engages the audience. Gets boring and slow. Also, the risks he took producing the book are just hype to make you think you were getting something original but its the same blather present in most books of this type except for the book "House to House" which stands alone as the best book ever of this type.
no comparison this is first and likely the only
His performance was okay, well read but material killed it sorry Mr. Graham but an excellent read still cant shine a turd.
To the author, try harder and maybe you'll hit the mark next time. The book wasn't bad, bad it just was like a jelly donut minus the filling...kept waiting for the story to start. The raid on OBL compound was the climax but even that was written so dispassionately it kind of killed the ending of the book.
Very near the top. Story is just amazing and author brings you along so well.
when author fights by himself in the house near the end of the book. Also when he recounts his interactioins with his son it just tore me apart. Reminded me of my son and having to leave him and his mother when I travel.
Have not listened to one of his other performances but this was truely stellar.
You bet....but I forced myself to break it into little pieces to make it last.
I was thinking this would be similar to many other similar books I read but I was absolutely floored by the emotion, and the feeling that pours forth from this book. Only regret is not purchasing sooner. You will judge other books of this type by this book from now on.
I purchased book hoping to learn more about the aspects of my religion and it did acomplish this but reader was painful to listen to and the book should be edited to remove the obvious writer page fill material...
Most interesting part is the author's description of the beginning of the new testament. The least interesting part was how he painfully repeats the modifications and differences of various versions of letters in each testament. I think this could have been summarized better and more effieciently to capture reader's intrest. This part felt like just filler lots of words with little content.
Honestly very little. It was the part of audiobook that dragged. I think authors should test drive readers prior to commiting to use one particular reader for the audiobook. If this author did this, he would have immediately seen how tedious this particular reader was in comparison with just about any other reader I have heard on audiobooks. Maybe the reader just didnt like the material...I do not know but it hurt the presentation of this book.
already described above....
author should consider abridged versions for this type of material for audiobook format.
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