Excellent plot with well developed characters. Universal morality tale.
Graham Greene's "The Power and the Glory."
Good grasp of characters and ability to express many emotions.
A Bridge to Eternity
Yes but it requires patience and concentration to follow a great story.
The transitions back and forth to the future and the past.
When it was revealed that Dr. Goose was a fraud.
Although I have seen mixed reviews on the movie version, I will see it to compare it with the book.
Yes if the friend liked unhappy southern tales with a tragic twist.
Characterizations in each of the short stories.
Very well done.
The historian son who is full of himself but unable to deal with sexual issues.
The various narrators really enhanced the stories.
Extraordinary, courageous and lucky.
For me, it was a nice followup to David McCullough's "1776". The character description balanced the heroic figure with his flaws and vulnerability under pressure.
Kept my attention with his clear, well modulated narration.
No-but it made me even more respectful of the great man that George Washington was
This is a great read for anyone who enjoys biographies of great historical figures.
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