Lucky little Bastard
None that I have listen to so far.
How to find your way in the world, when your father is a lord.
I listen to a lot of audio books and most are disappointing for one reason or another.This book however, really caught my interest and kept it all the way to the end.The young man is a natural born fighter, but spends his life worrying about money and wondering what to do with his life, the answer is staring him in the face and I think a lot of people are that way.I really think this is a book suited to men.It's not a romance novel, more blood and guts and historical intrigue than fluffy pillows.I can't wait for the next book and I hope the quality of the writing remains consistent.
I discovered a hero and I am humbled.
Lawrence Anthony bonded with a heard of wild Elephants and saved their lives, what a wonderful man, one who will be missed.
He brought depth and reality to the story.
No I absorbed it over several days and it has changed me.
As a race, human beings need to wake up and see the future.
A riveting piece of historical literature.
A story about a useless, good for nothing drunk, which drove me nuts.
Anne's story shocked me and made me sad.
Talk more about the historical significance of the war and how it affected society as a whole instead of just a few people.
The same high performance as the last time I listened to him.
No I think author struggled with the material as it is.
About 65% of the book focussed on the daily nightmare that was life of a common drunk and how he tortured himself and the people around him, I got really fed up with the whole thing- I hope the next book is better.
Yes in a while, a very well researched and written book, probably the best zombie tale since the TV show the walking dead.
Will the plague infect the world - you never know.........
no, it's a zombie book - hello
A big blooper at the end, but we won't mention that.
Lots of action, intrigue and believable science.
A great adventure for audio book fans.
More adult content
The characters came alive in a fun way.
A bit juvenile for those of us over 30, some funny parts that made me laugh, but overall a young person’s book.
Definitely! What a great book.
Not on the edge of my seat, but a fascinating spy story for sure.
When the insurgents were taken down on the bridge.
When the bad guys got their comeuppance.
A few to many filler paragraphs for my liking, but overall I really enjoyed this book.
I found the story line weak, the mind set of the killer was not explained well "because I was told to do it" just did not cut it for me.
I could not really recommend to friends.
put more tension in to the story
yes with revisions
The stars: Eva Mendes, Colin Ferrell, Mila Kunis, Billy Bob Thornton
Hands down the hottest sex scene I've listened too thus far... yoah baby!
Getting a view of English People living in small communities and their daily lives.
Dr. Joe, I have really enjoyed learning about his character, his strengths and weaknesses and his compassion for people in general and his family.
When the Police finally trapped the psychopath
When Charlie showed how strong she was, even as an innocent victim.
I found that I was disturbed on so many levels by the actions and personality of the villain.
I have know people with some of his traits and his ability to inflict mental cruelty upon others and now look at those people with new insightful eyes. Holy crap!
The cast of characters
Guns, Guns, Guns
All the voices bring the characters to life.
Really looking forward to the next in the series.
I was skeptical when I got the book, but to my surprise I really enjoyed it.
The main character takes a lickin and keeps on tickin
Wyman was able to switch characters seamlessly and does voices well.
I laughed many times and really enjoyed the writers sense of humour.
A bit juvenile in places, I wonder who the writer’s target audience is.
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