This was an icky book. Nothing to do with the reader, who was adequate, but it is very gossipy and more than a bit negative. At the end I felt in need of something to get rid of the mean-spirited feeling that dominates the listen. I have no idea how much of it is true...if even a fraction is fact, then I pity the Royals. I am no fan of them, but no one deserves this type of National Enquirer treatment at the hands of someone like Tina Brown. Shame on her for either making it up or bringing to light stuff that is none of her business. Ick.
Parts were boring, and it did seem to drag on.
Looking for a gossipy read, yes I would. Otherwise no I would not.
She did an excellent job reading the book.
This is an interesting book, although the one by Sarah Bradford is better. I was extremely disappointed in the audio quality of this book. There is an echo and the narrator sounds like she's in a tunnel. I expected much better for the price.
I am a retired Court Reporter and I LOVE books. All kinds of books but my favorites are mysteries and period books. I like civil war books and some biographies.
It was definitely one of the worst books I've read about the Princess. I managed to listen to all of it but it was not what I hoped for.
This is one of the strangest books I have ever listen to. It starts off with Diana getting into the car at the hotel then a few minutes later it talks about the crash. After that, it reads like a 'pulp fiction' book, jumping around from different times in her life then back to when she was young, then to a part of her princess years. Good luck, I hope you can keep track of what year she is in.
extremely repetitive. Also, the book is not exactly chronological, and the author's leaping from year to year can be hard to follow. I don't hink I learned anything much new about Diana--but I do enjoy reading/hearing about her.
Some interesting information........but the book is entirely too fragmented. I have rarely read or listened to a book that jumps back and forth in time the way this one does. Very easy to put down and no sense of compulsion to pick up again.