The story the author is telling is in itself fascinating and the point of view from which he tells it makes it even more interesting.
This is the weakest spot in the work. The narrator does not make voice shifts to differentiate the characters, and since this is a history work written in the third person that is not really to be expected.
A bit of both.
If you are not interested in the story this history wants to tell, do not get this book. It was not produced as entertainment, but as the author often says, to be instructive.
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