This is similar to the account of the life of Pamela Harriman in "Life Of The Party". However, Pamela Harriman was certainly more interesting and accomplished.
Both of these memorable characters seem to have mastered the art of enchanting
a large number of men. Both women insinuated themselves into a ring side seat
for the most important happenings of the last century.
Samantha did well with projecting the various characters through masterful simulations of voice timbre.
The life and times of one of the most powerful and memorable women of the 20th Centrury
I found the voice annoying
Turn this one back in---ALL THREE PARTS. NOT for me.
The narration was well done and the tone was in keeping with the story.
I found it amazing that the Author remembered fifty years ago in such detail. Obviously every part of that time is forever written in his memory. It is such an important and moving story that must be told and re told. Certainly the Darkest time in modern history and the most difficult recounting of Mans inhumanity to Man..
I have not listened to a George Guidall performance previously.
There were so many parts of this book that were profoundly sad. In the end, it is a testament to the strength of character of this man who lived through this extreme adversity. From this beginning he went on to do amazing and inspiring acts with his own life.
I highly recommend this listen to all people. This is a story that deserves to be heard and remembered.
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