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City of Ghosts Victoria Schwab. Mrs Gaskell and Me Nell Stevens. Where Has Mummy Gone? The Book of Books: Read an Extract Compare Prices. If you loved this, you might like these All versions of this book ISBN: About Melvyn Bragg Melvyn Bragg is a writer and broadcaster.

More About Melvyn Bragg. It was crucial to the growth of democracy. It was integral to the abolition of slavery, and it defined attitudes to modern science, education, and sex. He is the host of the incredibly popular arts program The South Bank Show, which airs in 60 countries including the United States.

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The show has been on the air, with Bragg as the host, since He lives in London and Cumbria. Read this book regardless of your religious beliefs to discover how it changed the face of Britain, Europe and the Americas.

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This is among the best books I have ever "read". It was so interesting,brilliantly written and narrated.


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I will listen again because although dense with facts it is not at all tedious Congratulations Melyn Bragg, this is a classic. Listened to it over a long period but was easy to come back to and the way it was presented was accessible and interesting. An interesting sketched history of the KJV but when the author gets into opinion it gets murky.

At times it seemed that Mr Bragg was making the case that this book was responsible for all good things and all doers of good things that have ever existed, which seems a bit weak to me. I almost gave up on the book after the annoying chapter on Richard Dawkins mainly because it seemed utterly inaccurate and unnecessary to me. I'm glad I kept going; we secularists are nothing if not open minded, to state the bleeding obvious.

The Holy King James Bible, Read By Alexander Scourby

Unfortunately the reader has a speech impediment.