Yes, very easy to listen to and good, solid evidence given in a courtroom way.
This is much like William L Shirers History of WW2
Very good actor, great voice, easy to understand, a very easy listen
Facts, just the facts mam. This is good stuff. Very clean, very consice with no "fluff" or emotion. Starts off quick, builds up and even in the last part where the author spends his time debunking the conspiracy theories, it is easy to listen to. I've read many of the books he debunks and it is a breath of fresh air to hear someone who knows the facts, and knows how to present facts in a manner to allow a person to "judge" the case solely on the evidence.
Very good book.
The shear detail in this book is amazing. I've been learning about this subject for years and this book provides more detail and history than any other I've read.
The subject for me has always been compelling enought to make me want to learn about in a single read. I found myself lost in its telling of the facts and losing track of time, but due to the total duration one would have to give up all other concerns and consume copious amounts of stimulant to get thru this without stopping.
Well done recounting of the amazing and terrible rise of a madman. Add in first hand experiances of the author to key turning points and this book is as close as it comes to being, if not is, the defacto standard of this dark and shameful part of world history.
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