Pleasant and interesting, a bit superficial in same passages. Six stars to the narrator Ali Ahn.
It repeats over and over the same concepts. Looks more as a collection of other books data, than a book itself. Not worthy.
Interesting, detailed and fascinating. I am in fond of history, but not familiar with the American one (I’m Italian, I live in Rome): finally I start to understand what all those movies I’ve seen since childhood were about.
The narrator, Don Leslie, is so good. He made me breathe the now gone atmosphere of those times. The grass, the dust, the misery, the simplicity and toughness of their wild livings. The brightness of a new future waiting ahead. This is perhaps the first book I’m so glad not to have red, but listened to.
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