But production was less than stellar with long pauses for no apparent reason a couple of snare drum rolls in odd places. It's like they didn't listen to it after it was done.
An outstanding treatise of a pivotal period of the American Revolution. David McCullough brings the hardships of the period and superb leadership to life. A must read or listen!!!!
David McCullough's rendition turned history into a visual story.
His writing as well as his voice was clear and straight forward. Although
I know this era fairly well, I learned so much more. That always pleases me!
Henry Knox retrieving the artillery from Fort Ticonderoga! A 26 yr old Planning,
Convincing the "brass," and then doing it. Everything that could go wrong seemed
To happen, and he solved each and every problem...read it! It is amazing!
Yes see above
Many moments, but especially that after the battle of Trenton the only American casualties were two men who froze to death.
always enjoy reading, or listening l, to how our nation began especially because my own family has direct ties Washington's Life Guard, and it makes me wonder the military life my ancestor John had to endure along with his fellow Pennsylvanians.
I loved the voice that matched with the time of the book. Washington and the soldiers had to endure far more than what U had imagined (or was taught). Many hours must have been put into this book to return a Stella book like this. Rarely do I re tea something. This is one ill go over again.
Yes, but only if you have a 1777 book ready
Wrap up the historical ending at least spend an hour on the rest of the war.