This is a very informative and well written book. It is presented in an interesting and enjoyable manner. It the end I was sorry that it was not 20 Generals because I enjoyed it so much.
I have been anxiously awaiting this third book of what had been a great series. I have read everything written by Ken Follett and loved them. I was severely disappointed by this book. It not only did not have the interesting characters that made the prior two books great, the stories not very engaging and dragged. Whereas I had trouble putting down the prior books, I could not wait to reach the end of this one.
I was very disappointed. If this were the first Ken Follett book that I read, I would not have gotten any others.
Michael Rank has once again told the story in a clear concise manner. Well worth getting.
The story is slow in developing and drags. The end does not live up to expectations.
The book was total nonsense. I am surprised that George Guildall read it. If I am not sure about a book, that fact that he reads it influences me to get it. But, this book is a total waste of time and ridiculous.
Although this is claimed to be a review of the decisions and Justices of the Robert's Court, it is the authors' editorials. The readers inflections at what he wanted to emphasis is an annoying distraction. This is one to miss.
This is a great overview of the worst rulers in history. The author is right on the money.
Boring; not well written; does not hold your interest; it was an ordeal to listen long enough to made sure it was not getting better. Do not bother.
Michael Lewis continues to unveil the reasons for the destruction of our economy by greed and stupidity.
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