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A worthy prequel to ASOIAF.
The stories are all rather good, narration excellent. Hoping GRRM can write more books in this series, prequels or otherwise.
My nephew will love these when he's older.
A great collection, narrated by a great voice cast. Some of these stories I remember, others, I either only remember parts of, or haven't heard at all. Hope another one is coming soon, if possible.
A great new author I like.
Not bad for an author I hadn't heard before, same with the narrator. Amazing work. A stand-alone, even if it's part of a serires. Kim would probably do something like this in real life. I'd recommend it to spy novel fans.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
Lays out what many suspected.
I'm no legal expert, but, the author lays out his aruments quite well, from a lawyer's point of view, and does it well.
It lays out what many suspected for some time, I believe, and more investigations will prove his points correct. I'd recommend this to any Trump supporters.
1 of 8 people found this review helpful
Silva does it again.
Silva hasn't lost his touch, not a bit. What surprised me was the father of the mole, Kim Philby, who I've read about, when Guidall had the character stammer, I knew who it was. Guidall does excellent narration as always, not bad for someone in his 80's.
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Proof kids and adults can love Star Wars.
It reminds me of both a radio drama and Indiana Jones, which is awesome. The narration is excellent, though I've only heard him once, and I was impressed. Listening Library should do more Star Wars audio books. LOL how the narrator was talking to the audience. The autor is great as well, though I hadn't heard of him before.
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First Jdy Blume book I read.
Not a bad book at all. A lot of funny moments, and slice of life as well. Shame she's only written a few of them.
An excellent look at an interesting history.
A documentary format, if you will, through old diary and other forms to look on those interesting and dark days. Narration by Simon Vance is excellent as always, a narrator I love to hear, among many others, American and British.
One of his bests.
Amazing to hear Scott Brick narrate this. He's narrated versions of his older books, accept for Cardinal of the Kremlin, Clear and Present Danger and others which I hope he soon does.
The Tom Clancy brand is back again.
Another excellent novel. Poor Jack, finding out his mother's former patient was part of the group wanting to start World War 3. I'd recommend this to other spy fans.
0 of 2 people found this review helpful