I have four times ,its better to know history than be history.
The killing it self and how easy could have been voided .
It was dry.
In my spare time
What made listening to this most enjoyable?
Well it definitely wasn't the review I read on the front page of Audible.com.
The narration by the author is what makes this book that much more enjoyable! Unfortunately, some offensive commentator wrote on the front page a review saying we need to
This book should be required for all history classes. I was impressed with the amount of research and how well the story was told.
I most enjoy books that teach fundamental and foundational religion, world history, and the character of founding fathers and historical mil
No, unless you want to listen to Bill mispronounce cavalry each and every time he reads it. Great Book – well done except for pronouncing cavalry as “Calvary.” Probably because of Sister What’s Her Name ingraining those religious principles.
The detail of Lincoln's death.
Most everything except the Calvary distraction.
The descriptive narrative of the war between North and South gave me a real sense of being there.
Booth ... what a pinhead.
Excellent historical reenactment of the end of the civil war and Lincoln's role. Written in a way that people like myself that don't read much history can learn and enjoy simultaneously.
fast paced...feel like you are there
reveals things not addressed before
Boothe, the killer
Yes, would if I could
Someone had clearly done their homework in order to compile the details which made this a very interesting and informative read.
Having to listen to Bill O'Reilly read this was a real turn off. If he referred to the Union cavalry as the calvary one more time I was prepared to send this book back to my archives.
I highly recommend this book to those who want more than just a dry timeline of the assassination of President Lincoln. Mr. O'Reilly's writing shows intuition in the narrative.
This writing lends a more personal involvement with the story.
By reading his own writing, Mr. O'Reilly gives the story a texture that goes beyond the book.
I believe that some of the grammatical errors in the recording should have been edited out. That is one very small point but it is noticeable.
Yes, it is very educational and quite exciting. Once you get started you can't put it down.
The vivid accounts of the bloody battles, like the one described as the bloodiest, most lives lost just across the bridge before the entry to the Carolinas. When you hear what those men endured, no food, no sleep or proper shoes and clothing it is amazing that they would keep on fighting. We really have a lot to be grateful for.
No I haven't.
A story of intrigue, and courage.
There were many factoids all throughout the book which are great to know about the civil war and Lincoln.
A very dynamic reading. Exceptionally well done.