Meet The Spartans Dual Audio Eng 1369
Joe Rogan has been listening to the audiobook version of the novel Empire of the Summer Moon by Howard Thurman which was published in 1946. It is Thurmans best known work and serves as a biography of Plains Indians chief Quanah Parker. Its as packed with facts about these people as youll find anywhere. Joe has been listening to the audiobook on JRE #1624. He says the book is dense and contains even more info than his other audiobooks. Its interesting to listen to a modern day author such as Thurman who lived through some crucial parts of the Indian Wars that Joe Rogan has been discussing. The book details the end of the Comanches under the leadership of Quanah Parker and the end of the era of the plains.
Joe Rogan has been listening to the audiobook version of the tale The Devils Hand: A Thriller by Jack Carr which is about the exploits of main character James Reece. It is Carr third installment in the Terminal List series and he has been reading them in order. He previously read Grace Under Fire and The Dark Ships about the USS Kearsarge and the events leading up to the battle of the Middle Ground in 1942. The Devils Hand is the fourth and latest book in the series and detailed events surrounding the cat-and-mouse game between the US Navy and the Soviet Submarine fleet during the Cold War.
Joe Rogan says hes been listening to the audiobook version of the novel The Devils Hand: A Thriller by Jack Carr. In the past few months he has been listening to the whole series from the start. The first book Grace Under Fire detailed the events leading up to and during WWII. The Dark Ships was his second book in the series which tells the story of the events leading up to the battle of the Middle Ground in 1942. The Devils Hand is the fourth book in the series and is the most recent. Its the story of the exploits of James Reece and it covers the events that led up to him defying orders to sink the USS Kearsarge.
joe rogan discussed his book collection for the first time in a long time on jre #822. he mentioned that he doesnt read fiction, prefers non-fiction, but he does love books. his favourite book is a room of my own by virginia woolf and he recently added the audiobook version of going bald by paul sims to his collection. his second favourite book is the road less traveled by m. scott peck and he said that it is one of the most influential books he has read. for anyone interested in reading the original book, he recommends the audiobook version narrated by simon vance. he was very excited to learn that a second volume of the trilogy is being released.
joe rogan discussed his audiobook collection for the first time in a long time on jre #821. rogan recently bought the audiobook version of the 7 habits of highly effective people by stephen covey. the 7 habits of highly effective people is the most popular book in the covey oeuvre. it contains his four most influential lessons: 1) be proactive; 2) begin with the end in mind; 3) put first things first; 4) synergize. rogan said he was feeling a bit hesitant to listen to the book because he read the book so many times and he really didnt feel like he needed to hear it again.
joe rogan has been listening to the audiobook version of the haunting of hill house by shirley jackson. the haunting of hill house is a 1959 american supernatural horror film and the first feature film adaptation of shirley jackson s 1959 short story the haunting of hill house. jackson was a guest on the jre on may 15, 2018.