The narrators did excellent jobs.
I'd probably check it out of the library rather than buying it.
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During the third part of the book, I skipped to the next chapter, listened a few minutes, then skipped to the next, and so on. I don't think I missed much.
After waiting and waiting for this book, I am disappointed in both the quality of the writing and of the story. The second half of the book seemed as if it were from another, much less qualified, writer, who seemed to think that variations of the "f" word made compelling reading.
Interesting story. After the first section, the second takes a sharp change in direction while maintaining the suspense.
Absolutely. It held my interest.
I learned lots of history I had not known. I began to understand that the political shenanigans of today are nothing new, just better publicized.
No. I listened to it whenever I was in the car.
I've now read or listened to 2 of Timothy Egan's book. He makes the past into such an engaging story that I plan to read or listen to more of his work.
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