Such colorful chatacters passing through out and historical period that is under served. Facts revealed unkiwn by the lay reader hitherto. My rgret, that he did not treat the whole war.
This was highly rated so I got it. It's not my favorite and I doubt I will listen to it again. I had high hopes after listening to David McCulloughs "Wright Brothers" book.
An outstanding look at first year of the war for independence from England. It portrays both the strengths and weaknesses of both England and America. It was an eye opener for me as to the dire condition of the American Army and the number of defeats they withstood during that first year. I highly recommend it.
Not near enough is said or celebrated by us Americans, of what it took to extract us from the garbage of authoritarian, conservative ideology; a mind-set that is more personality disorder than political stance. And thanks David McCullough for your character development of many of our four-fathers.
One of my all-time favorites. 1776 feels more like a novel than history. The audio book is narrated well by the author.
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It's interesting and enjoyable to me. I like David's other books too. He brings several new points up.
The actual content was really good but the narration seemed a bit flat for me. At times my attention wandered.