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Neil Green

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Should be listened to by everyone.

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Reviewed: 03-07-20

This is an excellent book on how to think rationally, a task which we all find very difficult and all need help with. The book is well read by the narrator.

Should be read by everybody.

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Reviewed: 29-06-20

A wonderful book. Well read, a very sad story about the moden media and its contempt for the truth. That's why you should read it.

Great book about modern Britain

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Reviewed: 14-06-20

I loved it, very well read. If you want to know about Britain politics listen to this book. Every British person should listen to it. A real eye opener.

Excellent listen on a fascinating time.

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Reviewed: 08-06-20

Very well read. An informative and at times amusing history with some great characters. Amazing people. A good listen

Very short but useful history of Russia.

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Reviewed: 30-05-20

Well narrated book. If you wish to know about Russia but do not have the time for longer books, then this is an excellent book to listen to.

Good straight forward history

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Reviewed: 29-05-20

Narrator was good. covered a lot of detail in a short book giving a good introduction to the rise of communism.

Fascinating book by a great writer

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Reviewed: 04-03-20

A description of the very sad lives of poor people at the time. Written with compassion. And well read.

A good general history of the time.

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Reviewed: 28-02-20

The book is well read by Napoleon Ryan. A long book but it covers a great deal.

Not dull

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Reviewed: 26-12-19

The author appears to have researched his topic well and materials the arguments well. However the final chapter looking to the future ignores the environmental and resource problems the world faces so is valueless.

Great book.

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Reviewed: 24-11-19

It taught me many things about the state of Europe prior to the first world war. The motives, psychology, and backgrounds of the men making the big decisions is fascinatingly revealed. Also the role of misfortune in deciding history. Appears a well researched book . I would recommend it to anyone interested in why the first world war happened.