I was only able to finish about 5 chapters - I just couldn't listen anymore. The book felt like it was written by the PR department at GM. The narration was the worst in any Audible book i've read. Maybe it gets better, but there are just too many enjoyable books to listen to one as disappointing as this.
Excellent story, but of course all the good guys win. I like the use of 2 narrators.
This book was interesting throughout - I never tired of listening to it. It isn't just one story - it is a combination of several stories involving people, history, and and the impact of an often overlooked piece of history. So much background is provided that the reader gets an indepth and fascinating picture of the world and its political realities after WW2.
The narration is excellant and gives the book an edge that I don't think would be there in the print version.
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