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What did you love best about NSA Secrets?
This is simply a series of recent topical articles from the Washington Post about the NSA and Edward Snowden and associated issues. Within 6.5 hours it is possible to be completely briefed and informed and I would say relatively expert (for a layperson) on the subject. There is naturally some repetition because it consists of articles published over a period of time, but that is the cost of completeness.
What other book might you compare NSA Secrets to and why?
This is the first such compendium of Washington Post articles I have listened to. I have as a result downloaded others. It is a great concept.
What does James Adams bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
Mr Adams is a very professional performer, and unlike other narrators does not distract from the content.
Any additional comments?
Ignore the other reviewer who complained of repetition, it is an outcome of the format.
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