©2007 Christopher Hitchens; (P)2007 Hachette Audio
"The best of the recent rash of atheist manifestos." (Publishers Weekly)
"Effortlessly witty and entertaining as well as utterly rational." (Booklist)
I highly respect Hitchens, but this book was a disappointment. In debates, and when speaking he is witty and passionate, but this book (and his reading) was lacking. Needless to say, there are some good points, and a lot of history. ... Just not the Hitchens I was hoping for.
listening to this guy is like listening to a cranky, crusty old college professor droll on and on and on about why I should care about algebra. styffy and kind of self-righteous -just like the oeople he's wanting to discredit. if you like it dry, youll probably love this.
I love turtles.
Wow, if you want to hear a compelling reason religion is not innocuous, this is a great book. Hitchens makes extremely strong philosophical arguments for the damage religion inflicts on our society. It's worth a read to at least consider all sides of the "God" discussion.
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