It's a kind of story line that keeps you listening but overall it leaves you with a feeling of being unfulfilled. I thought the book would be more focused on the war but instead was more focused on a life of a slave girl.
I would recommend anybody to any friend because I believe the more you read the more you will learn. So, yes I would recommend this book to a friend.
I'm not sure yet.
Hearing the narrators gives me a completely different perspective because they pronounce words more fluidly then me.
The reason why I say this book is way to biased is because of the grading scale the author uses. Why couldn't he just present the facts and let the reader grade the presidencies? He gave A+'s to every president who abused their powers and expanded more government. But gave C's and below to every president who believed more in limited government.
That's hard to tell because that depends on the individual. But the narrator was very good and the book was so well written that you can actually visualize everything happening during the special forces soldiers operation in Mogadishu.
Nathan Bedford Forrest was fearless, passionate and a leader. Although Bedford has had a controversial life I admire his generalship during the Civil War.
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