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Well argued interesting thesis

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Reviewed: 17-06-2019

Whilst I don't share his evolutionary worldview, his thesis explains a lot about politics today

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Lucid and straightforward economic theory

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Reviewed: 14-03-2019

Excellent and clear rendition of classical economic theory. Applied with simple examples from real life, making it easy to grasp the essential points. Clear reading, easy to listen to and we'll modulated.

Brilliant!

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Reviewed: 09-03-2018

Great to hear the author. Passionate, lively, with clear depth of knowledge and a sharp wit.

Heavy going at times but important.

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Reviewed: 30-05-2017

Gives a thorough exposition of the decline in Western thought across the Twentieth Century. Essential reading.

Top notch reading of a great story

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Reviewed: 10-01-2017

Have always loved the whole series. A carefully trimmed version, read so very well. Fabulous!

Very well read

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Reviewed: 01-01-2017

The story was trimmed in places but otherwise was well read with excellent character variation.

Mr Vance narrated clearly, distinctly.

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Reviewed: 27-12-2016

Love CS Lewis. He writes cogently and Mr Vance narrated with understanding & feeling. Great!

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Excellent approach to apologetics.

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Reviewed: 28-11-2016

Resonated with me as the author based her argument on the kind of source material I read many years back.

She leans heavily on Francis Schaeffer and CS Lewis, two if my favourite apologists of the twentieth century.

Also, the propositions were well-argued and opposition views thoroughly dismantled.