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Only a RAND analyst could come up with this

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Reviewed: 01-01-19

One of the most ridiculous analyses I have ever read/Audibled. Why does it still have any traction?

4 of 18 people found this review helpful

Plus c'est la même chose

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Reviewed: 12-26-18

A Canadian Catholic priest based out of Royal Oak holding forth on Jews, Roosevelt and farmers (vol.#1 regarding the latter) - decide for yourself. He had thousands of US supporters and donors. Worth the listen. However, returning all three.

Have been a big fan until this one.

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4 out of 5 stars
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Reviewed: 12-05-17

Will not pre-order the next one. Didn't like the ending. Sorry (like the food references).

This is one of the best in my collection (of 967)!

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Reviewed: 05-31-17

Alas it's Abridged. Given the current political climate, I recommend it to anyone. As good as his Best and the Brightest.

This version has chapters missing!!!

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Reviewed: 03-27-17

Book 1, Chapter 13 - Wart as an Ant - Everything not forbidden is compulsory - missing!!

32 of 34 people found this review helpful

One of the best medical Audiobooks ever!

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Reviewed: 01-03-17

I recommend this to any health care provider who takes a family history. Listen to the chapter on Li-Fraumeni. An excellent work!

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

Excellent overview

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Reviewed: 10-31-16

It is well-nigh impossible to write a book for a general readership whose background ranges from no concept of the cell theory of living things to a PhD in molecular cytogenetics; nevertheless the author has provided an excellent overview for the interested reader. A previous commenter asking for Carl Sagan might be interested to know the he and Lynn Margulis (endosymbiosis) were once married. The only chapter that was a difficult listen was possible Genetic Disorders of Famous People, which I am sure was difficult to write. Five

Bravo!

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Reviewed: 10-23-16

A very nicely crafted novella. Great voice acting! Even if it's a "one-off", it's certainly worth the time for a listen.

Cthulhu in the Black Sea?

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Reviewed: 06-12-16

I thought he was in sunken R'yleh, in the Pacific (see Google Earth coordinates)! I came across a reference to this story in (of all places) a blog about how modern society may be creating a hydrogen sulfide Canfield ocean, prevalent in the Mesoproterozoic, invoking Cthulhu (with name misspelled). The Black Sea is now the poster child for a(n) euxinic body of water, which is where the Soviets dredged him up in this story.

I did not care for the voice changing effects to mark chapter headings (just a personal opinion).

Recommend.

worst Tao of all - did I miss it's Young Adult?

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Reviewed: 05-10-16

This is the worst Tao of them all. The unbelievably stupid blockhead Cameron is an embarrassment. As an audiobook, performance excellent (although it's a painful listen).

1 of 3 people found this review helpful