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No. I like them both for different reasons. Research requires the print version. Since I drive a lot, the audio version is enjoyable and informative.
My favorite character was FDR. Because, that is the reason I read the book.
Smith's account of FDR's early years, his family history, the run-up to the attack on Pearl.
depiction of FDR's character
reliable but dull in places
FDR: a public life
writing was workmanlike but lacked inspiration in places.
I liked the book overall, but I would have liked a little more detail on some of the stuff that you aren't going to read about in most histories of the period.