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Very Complex Tale
The confluence of most of the characters, each with different goals, in or near Horn House
His ability to modulate his voice to suit different characters
Too many major and subplots to keep the reader in focus. A multitude of foreign (Russian block) names made it even more difficult.
If I had no more unread books, I would re-read Kennedy only after re-reading Lincoln.
The detailed sequence of the mirroring the actual events was extrodinary.
The scene most memorable was the lead up to the assassination and the actual event itself.
There is no other comparable book that I am aware of
Lincoln searching for someone to go to the theater: The President being tuned down?
A master historian tells the assination story like it was
Reilly should be hired for more book readings
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