Hemingway's work lends itself better to narration than almost any other author and Donald Sutherland does an excellent job of getting you into the boat with the old man.
This bite-sized novella is the perfect length and tone for one leg of a business trip.
Important book/movie/movement. Current crisis is an opportunity to address these issues or to put our children and grandchildren into a bigger hole.
A true masterpiece. Funnily, enough I was sad it ended...after 55 hours of listening.
I was a little disappointed with Greenspan's efforts as it did not provide nearly as much insight into his and the Fed's thinking and process as was hyped - most of the information he presented is already common knowledge amongst market participants; however, the memoir aspect of how he, the markets and the Fed evolved were very enjoyable.
The author is strong on facts and does a very good job on setting the stage for the various issues/crises.
However, the author continuously writes about how Reagan's mental ability was slipping and that Reagan repeats rhetoric, jokes and anecdotes to those he comes in contact with.
Is the author slipping or just pulling a Reagan?
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