How clear the author makes the case that our government is corrupt.
The author spends so much time convincing us that there's a problem that he might have spent his time better getting to the point of presenting his solutions.
I love revolutionary history, and this book brings to life a tale of failures and successes, and how they shaped the struggle against the British Crown.
I wouldn't - I can't say that I've actually read or listened to another such book in years, if not decades.
His performance is clean and emphatic, easy to understand, yet also well-metered. The fact that he's the author doesn't make the performance itself better, but it's more satisfying to know it.
I listened to the book every day on my way to work until I was finished - it took about two weeks, and that's about the right amount of time to digest each portion. Not too much, yet enough to keep you salivating over the next installment.
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