At the beginning of the book, O'Reilly mentions that he's written this book and Killing Lincoln to make history accessible to everyone. This book is extremely accessible. If you're just looking for an overview of the Kennedy administration and assassination then this is the book for you. If you're looking for the kind of detail typically provided by presidential biographies, you'll probably be disappointed.
Personally, I just listened to Stephen King's 11/22/63 and was curious how much of the history in that book was real vs. fictional. This book was sufficient for that purpose but comes nowhere near anything like Doris Kearns Goodwin's Lincoln or Washington by Ron Chernow.
Of course, one of the most interesting items in the book is that O'Reilly was present when George de Mohrenschildt killed himself. But...apparently that fact may have been made up.
I had no problem with Mr O'Reilly's narration. He applied the same crisp, boisterous voice he uses on TV -- it was easy to follow along.
Bill, you are just amazing. I couldn't stop listening to this heart wrenching end to our beautiful Camelot.
Please Keep writing ..
All the best
Rina Dewson Australia
Suspenseful writing and convincing historical presentation. I appreciate the mentions of conspiracy theories without suppositions. O'REILLY sticks to the known facts. As good a read/listen as any of his previous books.