No B.S. reviews. I'll never soft-pedal bad writing or inept narration.
No one loves history more than Will Durant. And arguably, no one writes more eloquently or vividly about history than he does.
It's hard to convey the superlative experience of listening to an audiobook written by Will Durant and narrated by Grover Gardner. History is revealed in the characters, while insights are gained through the analysis of significant events and those who witnessed them.
Durant's writing is transcendent—his use of language triumphant.
As for Grover Gardner—he has no equal in the reading of historical prose. With his narration, stories come to reality, and characters come to life.
This is a wonderful book.
no the guy is all over the place and I have little time to keep up
never got to the end
nothing it is not his fault the book is boring
yes it could be called how to bore your followers to death in 1 easy way put out another book