I loved the inside look into the Obama White House.
While this doesn't sound thrilling, the inner workings of the staff meetings and especially one meeting where Robert Gibbs had a - shall we say expletive not deleted moment.
I have not, to my knowledge heard her before, but she was perfect.
There was so much, but Obama getting the Nobel Peace Prize was memorable.
The humorous way the material was handled.
The author's insight into Harvard from his own perspective. Though, there is a lot more than that to like.
His enthusiasm, great delivery. Quite a performer.
His father's story was a sad one.
While I did at least listen to the whole book, I found it lacking in moral complexity and character development compared to Mr. Weber's other fine novels. I would not recommend this book to a friend.
If I liked books about thugs, violence and drug dealers I'd be fine.
I think the narrator's of all of Mr. Weber's books are excellent.
I have liked this authors books in the past, and bought this one thinking it was going to have comparable narration. I did not pre-listen to a sample like I usually do to see if I like the reader. My mistake.
I could not get into the story for listening to the author read. I had to stop listening very soon.
In my opinion, authors do not always do a good job of reading their own books. Someone should discourage them from doing this.
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