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Brendan Everingham

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Truthful and informative

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Reviewed: 21-09-2020

Good to hear all of the main points covered in such plain language. We all know these things, however to someone escaping the liberal b hive mind a book like this would be quite valuable.

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very informative

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Reviewed: 20-09-2020

I get frustrated sometimes listening to the radical left weave their web of lies. It makes you really question whether most authors and journalists even have a brain. It is a breath of fresh air to hear the truth from somebody. Well researched and well delivered.

What has she done?

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Reviewed: 17-09-2020

Lets be honest, the woman promotes terrorism, she is a horrible person. I had to listen to her book to see what it has in it. Oh my god, what a fanciful work of fiction it is.

The first chapter opened with a lie.

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Reviewed: 17-09-2020

This Author has opened his first chapter with a lie, then he goes on to insult the intelligence of his reader in the same breath. A book written by an arrogant man with very little wit or self-awareness. A self-proclaimed expert, this book is not going to give people insight, People will listen to this and become less intelligent and more radical.

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Simple slander and libel.

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Reviewed: 17-09-2020

I wrote a much more detailed review but it did not end up being posted. More than likely because I delved into the nature of the authors and their ideology. To cut it down and make it less offensive the book is almost entirely fictional. It is made for weak minds and I can't imagine anyone having the will power to listen to 17 hours and 22 minutes of fiction and slander. I returned this book, I wanted to listen to political punditry, not the whinging of an individual of exceedingly poor wit and intellect and too much time on their hands. These rather dim individuals spent a lot of time seething over these pages. Not one of them picked up that it was akin to a 2 year old calling someone a doodoo head for 17 hours and 22 minutes Dry, so dry and unintelligible, not factual, packed full of outright lies or false insinuations. we get it, they are upset, I don't want to listen to them cry.

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Fictional material from a weak mind.

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Reviewed: 17-09-2020

the bias is palpable in this book. When you listen to it you hear the perspective of a dim witted man who has witnessed events he did not understand with specific biases that are evident. we get it Woodward hates Trump, the way he writes his books he is pandering to Democrats who want to hear gossip, he's a tabloid writer. I got through four chapters. As I followed the pandemic closely I know what happened. There are certain facts that were omitted in order to paint the worst possible picture and I question heavily the context this man tries to paint as I have caught him in many lies by my knowledge on the subject. A dismal book by a weak mind, by someone with no honesty, integrity or morals. the prologue is laughable, they talk themselves up a lot. Me, well, I am asking Audible for my credit back. I can't listen to a slime balls perspective.

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Tha author didn't put any work into it.

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Reviewed: 27-11-2015

If you want to hear the whole audiobook just listen to the example. It has a short narrative followed by an endless string of annoying noise.

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This is religious propaganda.

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Reviewed: 10-06-2015

Whilst this book has relevant information in regards to it's content I was left listening to this book with my guard up. I could not get comfortable and put my guard down and I had a complete and utter lack of trust and respect for the author. It ruined my whole experience and I'm sure that he only put the relevant stuff in to white wash the fact that in every chapter he used a tactic called poisoning the well. At the beginning he made it quite clear that he was about to disappoint and offend readers. He suggests reading another book if you're not happy with proselytization, he didn't say proselytization, he said "facts" those who are interested in the facts. Only an apologist speaks like that. It's presented in a wishy washy fashion and you then get to the end of the chapters and at the end he finds a way to falsely equivocate the topic with the Bible or scripture or a saint. None of which have any relevance to the topic in the least. At the end I was met with a spiel about how his god did it all and that we should respect god. He makes no apology for the fact that he has book has nothing but the bare bones of the topic and that it was tainted with religious proselytism.

Thoroughly disappointed. I spent the whole time thinking he was going to attribute it to creation and that he was going to point out intelligent design. In the end it was merely implied. In the end I was thoroughly disappointed with the presentation of the talking points. It was as though there was no effort put in at all.

The book should read biodiversity, Jesus did it. Then thrown in the fiction section with the rest of the religious books.

Narated by the man himself.

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Reviewed: 07-04-2015

Although outdated and superceded now this classic was a great way to pass a few idle hours. It was interesting to see that a few concepts we take for granted now were so muddled such a short time ago. worth every second spent.

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