The words are carefully designed to hide the truth and tends to justify wrongs already in history. Just another attempt by someone good at controlling others to rewrite wrongs.. Well written but a bit difficult to digest if you are seeking truth.
Listening to this made me want to vomit. What a bunch of nonsense. The NY times is right. Don't waste your money.
Please do yourself a favor and read ?No One Left to Lie To? by Christopher Hitchens first.
Listening since 2004. Mystery, thrillers and anything that can blend with a walk, jog, exercise, long drive or a wait at the airport.
A chronological justification of a moderately interesting life.
All that I did, under the moon and sun, in corridors and corners, where I went on this planet, wherever I played from Small Rock to hard ball....I, Justified!
Starring: Dad, Mom, Wife, Daughter and Ken Starr along with all those people who are out to get him?and there seem to be a lot of them.
This book epitomizes Clinton's warped view of himself and the world and, like during his presidency, he does not take responsibility for any of his actions except those that make him look good.
Clinton always seemed like a mixture of the worst traits of LBJ and JFK. But I have to say, he really is persuasive. You almost start to believe this stuff as you listen to his excellent narration. I give it one star on that account. But this is a celebrity expos?, not a real biography. Just as he fell short of the office he occupied, he falls short as an historian. There's no "there" there. The real Clinton will only emerge many decades from now when an absolutely fair minded historian digs up all the bones and puts them back together.