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Parents, please, read this book

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Reviewed: 2018-12-20

This will enlighten you to new depths of your children and yourself, please, read and consider.

Fantastic!

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Reviewed: 2018-10-19

A fantastic reference and one of the quintessential modern leadership books out there. A great resource and read in its own right, but even more powerful when read in concert with “Extreme Ownership.” As both a business leader and military officer, I can’t recommend it enough!

Amazing!

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Reviewed: 2018-09-14

Fantastic book, and a testament to the endurance and sheer will of the human spirit. As a military member myself, I have the utmost respect for all those in the SAR trade. Read/listen and enjoy, you won't be disappointed.
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Fantastic!

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Reviewed: 2018-06-21

A great overview of the military leadership ethos, and very applicable with the way the authors relate both principle and example to the civilian private sector. Definitely a good listen!

Fantastic in any quantum reality!

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Reviewed: 2018-06-06

I love this book! Brian Greene has a way of making the material accurate, fun, and accessible to any audience in my opinion. I own both the paper and audio copies, and this was my second time reading/listening. The examples used to illustrate some of the more abstract concepts are intuitive and immediately digestible. While there have been some significant and exciting advances in physics since this book was written, I feel that it’s still a great overview and still quite applicable. As a geophysicist solidly grounded on macro-scale processes that apply to earth systems, it’s fun to think about the underlying framework in detail from time to time, or more precisely, moment to moment :)

Lots of folks have criticized the narrator. To the contrary, I quite enjoyed him. He adds an element of “old school physics” to the discussion, and legitimately sounds exactly like my professor for vector calculus - no joke!

Please read/listen and enjoy!

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Uninspired

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Reviewed: 2018-04-16

I didn’t particularly enjoy this novel. I found the characters somewhat flat, the story predictable and uninspired, and overall disappointing. “Spy novel meets drug store romance.” Only in the last few chapters does this book begin to become interesting.

The delivery by the narrator, however, was very well done and he did a good job bringing the characters to life as much as possible.