I truly loved listening to this one. It kept me quite entertained for the past few days. The details were certainly incredibly well researched, right down to how Lincoln looked the morning prior to his evening at Ford's Theater. I want to give this a much higher mark but, unfortunately, the abridged nature leaves out some key elements to support the title. We learn why they are "rivals" but never really come to fully understand how adept Lincoln was at building an overall "team". Those details might be in the unabridged book, which I may have to read just to see what I've missed. Sad......very
I've read, or listened to, quite a few books this past year. I would rank this one at the top of the list. I enjoyed listening to Barbara's voice and laughed out loud at many places throughout the book. Camille's recipes made me hungry and wishing I knew how to make my own mozzarella. The book does come with a more serious side than simply teaching us how to "grow our own food". There is a downside to this particular Audible selection. I don't have access now to the many facts given to me by her husband Steven. I think this is an oversight on Audible's part and hope to find the supporting footnotes on her website.
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