The author tried to keep an even look at Che's life but his constant excusing of the shelfish and brutal acts of this "hero" shows his real agenda. Even with his excusing of these acts I found it quite interesting to read about this Communist community organizer. The work is probably more balanced than most about Che and I recommend this to anybody who is interested or who doesn't know much about Che.
I got bored with it and didn't listen to the second half. I'm sure the story is interesting to hackers but I became boged down with all of the technical phone talk and lost interest.
The performance was very good. I don't recall listening to his other work.
Not for me
I enjoyed the narative and the story. The characters were well explained, and of course Dick Hill does a masterful job with the telling. This is my first read of a Deutermann novel but I will definately be listening to more of his work
If you are interested in U. S. history this is a must book for you. Details and insights without judgment or an agenda. A terrific volume about a part of American history that is generally ignored. I couldn't stop listening.
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