I am currently listening to John Adams.
This was my first audio book using Audible. Once I got the hang of everything, the performance was great.
I was shocked how little Coolidge was addressed in the years of American history classes I attended. This book gave context to many political arguments still existing today.
I probably would not have read this book because of its length. The audio format gave me the opportunity to enjoy a piece of history while painting the inside of my garage.
I would recommend this book to individuals who wanted a good overview of the history of philosophy.
I initially read this book in a Introduction to Philosophy course some 35 year ago and just wanted a refresher on what was contained in this book. Needless to say, I forgot a lot, and maybe some sections of the book I never read. It was an enjoyable visit with a great American Professor of philosophy.
Ideas and thoughts never change
Interesting, slow, boring
It depends on their interests. If you are in to automation, you would probably find it interesting. However, it you dislike technology, you would not like the book.
His performance was fine.
I have not read the written version of this book and thus cannot compare it with the audio version. However, the audio version allowed me to paint two rooms while enjoying a great book.
A book this size needs to be consumed in pieces.
History can best be understood through biographies of great men. This audio was an enjoyable look into the life of one of this countries founding fathers.
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