The narration was very good. The story was pretty disturbing, a bit drawn out, but a good listen.
I truly enjoyed the book, a lot of new information about JFK, at least for me. Narration is great too.
You really have to love history. The book is very detailed and based mostly off of personal letters written between Teddy and Taft. It can get a little long-winded at times, but that being said, I don't know what I would remove from book if asked to shorten it.
I really loved learning more about Taft, a little-known character in history. He was truly a great man.
It was a little fluffy, I wish he had expanded on some of his points. He did make good points, however, and was entertaining. His jokes got a bit old too.
I was surprised that a lot of people said this was highly suspenseful and gripping. I didn't think so at all. I thought the story was a bit boring. The subject matter was dark and disturbing, but there was a lack of detail that sort of diluted all of that. Not that I really need a lot of detail to understand what's happening, but the lack of detail made the whole thing hard to believe and get into.
It's in the top 10 or so. I usually dont listen to Fiction, but this was such a good story with many ties to our current economy.
He is an amazing voice-talent. Brings the characters to life.
Worth the listen, enjoyable.
The book starts off very fair and balanced. But towards the end it seems the author just hates walmart (with good reason) and becomes less objective.
Alan Sklar is one of the best book narrators out there. I have listened to many of his books just for his narration.
This was a great story and the narration is top notch! However, after making it through 35+ hours of the story, I felt like it all ended in a few short minutes. That could just be me.
It was great writing, amazing character development and dialogue.
Well researched and detailed, but an entertaining narrative as well. I never realized how white-washed the history of FDR is, and how dangerous to democracy he was.
Some people simply can't accept the truth. Gerald Blaine does a remarkable job telling the agent's stories.
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