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- By: Curtis Sittenfeld
- Narrated by: Diane Lane
- Length: 58 mins
All marriages are hard. Many of them fail. Brock Lewis, an evangelical businessman turned self-published author, has the answer. Follow his international bestselling book’s 12-point “Atomic Doctrine” - make eye contact with your spouse? Always! Use the bathroom in front of them? Never! - and you, too, can build a marriage that thrives.
Enjoyable but lacking any real oomp at the end
- By Kingsley on 01-04-19
Meh. Just meh
I expected more from the story - the main characters felt flat and one dimensional. Lane’s reading is a great match but she could only work with what she had to read
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- Peter Thiel, Hulk Hogan, Gawker, and the Anatomy of Intrigue
- By: Ryan Holiday
- Narrated by: Ryan Holiday
- Length: 11 hrs and 39 mins
In 2016, one of the giants of modern journalism fell: Gawker Media, infamous for saying what other outlets wouldn't say, was sued for publishing Hulk Hogan's sex tape, lost the case and went bust. After countless other lawsuits it seemed that Gawker had finally run out of luck. But luck had nothing to do with it. Peter Thiel, PayPal founder and billionaire investor, had masterminded the whole thing.
Ryan Holiday takes an interesting story and makes it about him and draws it out
- By Maxwell Hertan on 03-06-19
A balanced tale of patience, perseverance and pride
Holiday strikes the perfect tone of inquiry and investigation as he details Peter Thiel’s ten year takedown of Nick Denton and the Gawker empire. His story examines both sides of each man’s hubris and arrogance. With personal access to Thiel and Denton, Holiday steps us through a decade of bad behavior that results in a remarkable lack appreciation for the nature of consequences.
An easy listen and a compelling story for our times.