The effort in this terrific book is in becoming familiar with Germanic names. Events I suffered through in college over 40 years ago came alive and took on the meaning for me my teachers could only dream about. In some ways the book is a study in true leadership as well as the revelation of an extraordinary person in an extraordinary time. The details in this biography are welcome enhancements to the story, rather than mere historical events. The writer bridges the gap of more than 1300 years so well that the book actually seems modern. I look forward to a second listen.
My personal standard for a good movie is, Would I see it again? Applying a like standard to this audible, Would I listen again? Yes. and I will.
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