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Atheism for Dummies

Narrated by: Paul Mantell
Length: 15 hrs and 49 mins
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Not bad at all

Rather enjoyed it. Easy listening. Would probably have been better as a physical book. Written very much from a US perspective.

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Well worth a read/listen (despite the title)

What did you like most about Atheism for Dummies?

Despite having read many atheist books, this one (despite it's title) is very fresh and interesting. Doesn't merely repeat the same old arguments many books on this topic do.

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  • Pastry
  • 08-06-19

too liberal focused

lots of good points but very let leaning. comparing atheists to liberals as though that is naturally the best is going to lose a lot of good people

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  • Duke Playbent
  • 26-10-14

Great topic...irritating narrator

Where does Atheism for Dummies rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

The author's logical, non-judgmental approach to this book appeals to me. Theists and atheists alike can learn from the in-depth topic.
However, the narrator's cadence and tone grated my senses and I had to stop after less than 15 minutes.
In this case, I'll be buying the soft-back version.

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