I did not read the print version so I can not judge which is best but I suspect the Audible version is better since Lee did such a good job of narration.
Ending was a little disappointing and did not lead into sequels to come.
I have listened to several of John Lee's performances. I think this was one of the best. Story here was not one of Follett's best but Lee made it worth listening to.
I would like to take the Russian Scientist out to dinner since according to the book she was a real knockout.
I got to know this man who was one of the founders of the country in a much deeper way.
Haven't read the book.
The Mind of Jefferson
The author explains his theory on what basic elements of the human mind motivate action.
He introduced a novel theory for human motivation.
Although there are many equally valid theories that address the reasons people act the way they do, the author's theory is certainly worth consideration.
The author made a good story out of what could have been a dry history lesson.
Discriptions of the toll that events took on Lincoln.
The narration by a mature woman led credability to the story.
This might be a better regular book than an Audible book. You can get into scan mode on a regular book but you can't do that with an Audible Book.
An abridged verson of this book would probably be better.
Reading this certainly improved my knowledge about this important historical figure.I didn't realize that there were positive aspects to his rule.
I would recommend to history buffs.
I believe the subject was covered adequately so that there is no need for a follow-up book.
Some of the positive developments in civilization attributed to Genghis Khan I believe are overstated. After all the Romans and Greeks had a pretty organized society.
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