This is a good biography of two of the most influential, yet misunderstood men of the last century.Years ago, I was suprised to find that many Indians do not think Gahndi was a hero or even a great leader. This book goes into the detail that is sorely missing from everything else I have read about Gahndi.
Churchill too is often revered as a great leader. This book helps to delineate the man from the myth by detailing his personal and professional flaws.
Overall a very good biography, the book contrasts their early lives and how they eventually became the great me history portrays them. A must read for the 20th century history buff!
This book is obviously written for children, more precisely small children. Therefore most people will find it too simplistic. It reads like a school book.I really wish someone would have told me this before I purchased this book.It should have been mentioned in the publisher's review, but it is not. I guess that's the risk of purchasing audiobooks online. It is a good book, but not at all what I was expecting.
This audiobook is one of the better ones I have purchased over the last couple of years. Good audio quality. The native speaker has a clear Brazilian accent. There are pauses after the speaker, so you can try the word or phrase yourself. Then the word or phrase is repeated, so you can evaluate your pronunciation. Definitely worth the time and money.
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