C.S. Lewis has a graceful way of illustrating complex truths in an understandable manner. Lewis has a unique insight into the human condition. This book is a quick and entertaining listen, and imparts wisdom that lasts for eternity.
Liberals may love it. It is full of praise for Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, and is strangely silent on the debacle that was Jimmy Carter's presidency, while having absolutely nothing good to say about Reagan or Bush.
Acknowledged the cold warriors role in ending communism, admitted Kennedy was at least as culpable of killing innocent people as Reagan, and acknowledged the failure of LBJ's and Carter's policies.
He muddled the Easter European accents a bit but overall did a decent job.
The stereotypical liberal fantasies, where conservatives pay for sex from prostitutes but georgeous women throw themselves at liberal heroes.
I love Follet's work, this book seemed totally out of character. It was deeply disappointing.
What a great book! Inspirational, encouraging, funny. This is life changing stuff.
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