It felt incomplete. I felt that more details were missing during the assassination,after the assassination. specifically about Oswald and Ruby.
actually read by Bill himself, and lots of info on Oswald I didn't know before, but he didn't even touch the Warren commission or hardly anything that happened after Kennedy's death
Dr. Rick McClain
This may be my third history of the Kennedy assassination , and this is probably the one I like best. No speculation, but lays out the facts.
I have no attention span and this book i could not put down. Really connected the dots.
Truthful, eye opening, disgust
Learning everything they don't teach in history classes.
After I got used to his voice, I found it enjoyable and very passionate about the story he was telling.
Yes, shock! I knew Kennedy cheated on his wife, but not to the extent he actually did.
This is a great book if you want to know the truth. It was hard to get through some of it because of the disgust I felt. How people hold Kennedy in such esteem is crazy. If you want to go on believing the Kennedy myth don't listen to this!
One of the most interesting Historical books I've listened to. The account as I actually remember it, having been alive through the largest % of the information presented, is reasonably accurate and fills in some blanks that were considered speculation at the time they actually took place. A reasonably believable account of what happened.
I found the relationships between JFK and Jackie, and JFK and LBJ to be different than I perceived them; of course I was a teenager at the time and the MEDIA was as enamored with the Kennedy's as it is was with Obama when he was elected. Of course when the truth about the Kennedy's came out, it was somewhat ignored just as it is with Obama. It's good to see that someone is writing FACTUAL accounts of what happened instead of glossing it over with the hype that today's media propagates in an effort to dumb down the masses, and forward it's agenda. I also found a lot of the background information on Lee Harvey Oswald to be interesting and informative.
A good account of the Kennedy administration and what lead up to his assassination. Although we may never know the truth about the actual assassination, the information presented seems to point to Lee Harvey Oswald, although JFK had enough other enemies that any of them could have been responsible for it, including, but not limited to LBJ, the Mafia, the Castro regime, even the CIA, FBI, or members of the Military Industrial Complex. A very interesting way of presenting the Facts, at least as seen by Bill O'Reilly. Very well read and presented by O'Reilly; easy to listen to and easy follow the time lines as he presents them and the circumstances that made them important to the story. Well Done. I'm looking forward to listening to Killing Lincoln, and Killing Jesus.