Yes. narration by Bill OReilly is superb and adds to the text and story
the coming alive of history
Not being a Fox News watcher, I thought I would give Mr. O'Reilly a shot since I am a JFK assassination buff. Many times Mr. O'Reilly would immerse himself into personal speculation and then continue on as if he had just told us the truth of what happened. How does he know what Oswald was thinking the morning of the murder when he left Marina?
O'Reilly's shotgun delivery takes some geting used to. Could have been twice as long and still not done justice to the various characters.
I very much like Bill O'Reilly's style of narration. It is easy to "see" what he describes.
Killing Lincoln, of course, because of the similarity in the historical significance.
The description of the assassination in a minute-by-minute fashion. It was fascinating.
Not really, I enjoyed taking it in "bite-size" chunks which lenghtened my enjoyment.
After reading Lincoln, I was sure that i was going to buy a copy of Kennedy.When the book came out i read it from the library and i was amazed by it. Orielly & Duggard have come out with another political thriller better than a fiction. I found in audible that the book was narrated by Orielly himself. and decided to buy it.
I realized that i had missed a lot of subtleties when i read it myself and enjoyed the narration.
This is a great book and wonderful narration.
This is the best
Real Page turner and fascinated even though you know how it ends.
Absolutely. Historical, detailed, touching
As gruesome as it was, the details following the assassination, when Jacquie sat with JFK in the car at the hospital
Not yet, but I have just purchased Killing Lincoln as a result of how much I appreciated Killing Kennedy
Yes. Unfortunately my ipod battery and daily responsibilities made me take 3 sittings to finish it.
As hard as parts were to hear, I am glad to get details from an event that happened when I was only 8 years old. I feel like the "dots" have been connected.
The author didn't event get the fact straight. President of VietNam at that time was President Thieu, not President Diem.
Bill O'Reilly makes history very interesting! wish I had had a history teacher that interesting in school! Can't wait for his next history lesson!
The period of the killing and the moments following.
Her response at the time of the killing.
I was in grade school when Kennedy died and through the years we have heard all kinds of stories. This is so informative and I am a Bill O'Reilly fan anyway. It has me spellbound with the story.
I'm still listening but I like the facts I never heard. Lee Harvey Oswald's journal...Jackie a chain smoker...