I liked this book - more at the beginning than toward the middle/end. There is a lot of interesting history, and the characterization is good, but the authors covered so much time and so much change that the story became a little tiresome. Dividing the material into two books might have been better.
I am stunned by the number of pronunciation errors in this reading. At first, it was a distraction, and I even had to consider what word had really been written. Ultimately, however, I was reminded of farcical theatrical presentations in which actors purposely mispronounce words. The story is interesting, and, other than this gross error, the recording is passable. I cannot fathom how the producers let all of these errors remain, however!
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