It was like listening to a friend tell me about how she lost her money. Very few insights into money etc. She rehashed most of her food stuff and I don't have a food issue.
Her voice was grating and slow.
Disappointment. I kept wanting to hear more substance. Hearing her describe in detail walking into a department store was so boring.
It just wasn't a compelling argument, no good science to back up and should have been maybe a blog post or magazine article.
I liked Drive - but that had some substance. This nothing!
It was the content of the book nothing there
Turn the beginning chapter and that was the whole book. The rest was redundant and stupid.
I liked the accents and the 2 readers. I was not crazy about Molly's voice, but loved Vivian she was great.
Just read the Lost Wife and they were similar (both had trains involved LOL). But both stories about losing your family and situations beyond one's control.
Such a wonderful story, sweet, poignant, meaningful, and so very English. I loved it. I loved Harold!
Harold was such an English fellow, soft spoken, understated, reserved, yet deep and interesting.
Not really - I enjoyed it over days like a good cup of tea.
It could have been shorter. Especially the part of the 19th wife; it got very redundant.
Great voices which made the characters come to life.
Not become a Mormon, that's for sure! It made me interested in reading non-fiction about Brigham Young. He seems like an amazing person.
The story - I knew nothing about James Garfield and that whole part of history. I really loved learning about the political machinations it took to get him elected. I loved his personality. And Alexander Graham Bell - what an interesting man.
When the assassin walks into the train station and you know he is going to kill Garfield you want to stop it.
At the end of the book when he goes to the ocean to die.
Absolutely wonderful book, great story and was a great book to hear as an audio.
The story of Catherine the Great, sounded like it was made up. She was such an interesting character, her diaries seemed so contemporary. It made me want to meet her.
No, I wish I could find another one that was so good.
It was literally like hearing a story teller tell you the story of Catherine's life. I loved when he read from her diaries and change the timbre of his voice.
It was absolutely wonderful. It made me realize that we are so lucky to have the medical care we have, people dropped like flies, from smallpox, plague, tb. Even the royalty.
I don't know who would like this. It is hard to follow, no story line and the narrator's voice sounds like he rehearsed with Monty Python.
I like Biographies and history, so I am open to recommendations.
Different narrator, he sounded pretentious, the music was weird, don't know why they put it where they did.
Yes, I liked the part about Christianity, It made me realize that St. Paul was a great organizer and that is why the church made it.
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