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Extremely welcome Audible service

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Reviewed: 04-22-19

As someone who's always pressed for time, these digests of leading newspapers is precisely what I was wishing for. Audible made it happen. Perfect for gym at odd hours or short trips. Most appreciated.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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4 out of 5 stars
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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 03-31-19

When, just when will a government go after the criminals at the top of the multi-national banks. This book, once again, brings to view how justice officials cave in the face of audacious criminality. They brings thousands to ruin with an other-people's-money approach while living luxurious lives. Enron's top brass deserved to do time but the same should be the face of the bankers. No one should be too big to face fair yet equal-for-all justice.

Excellent Lesson in History

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Reviewed: 02-24-19

This book provides the facts I was missing to understand fully just how Lenin and his ilk managed to eliminate an equally inept and morally reprehensible monarchy. Also very well read. Hours well spent furthering my knowledge of the past as an armor against the flawed ideas and propaganda of the societal and political present. Thanks to the author and Audible for making this knowledge available.

2 of 3 people found this review helpful

Finally a book that makes sense

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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 11-29-18

Congrats are in order. Chris Clark has contributed a giant historical effort that provides the reasons for WWI, something that has puzzled me for the last five decades. His painstaking quest for historical fact and accurate analysis of myriad documents and their interconnect meaning brings to light just how irresponsible, cowardly and arrogant the government actors and monarchs of the day were as they played their geopolotocal games on the chessboard of war, while pretending to represent a public interest. Mr. Clark's presentation of the data allows the listener to draw accurate conclusions,
The length and depth of the book is impressive. It requires stamina on the part of the listener but, as is usual, a well-expended effort has its appropriate rewards.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

Ok, but not memorable.

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Reviewed: 09-03-17

Story was so-so. Basic no-frills enertainment. Narration was pretty good given limitations of the material.