This is a good book, with many historical facts, yet in no way boring. No profanity, or not much, if any.
Of the books I have listened to, this is my number two favorite.
My grandmother was in the same age group as Bonnie and Clyde and used to tell me about them. They drove near her home at one time, which scared her family because they were killers after all. Yet, she had a kindness in her heart toward them also. She didn't approve of the way they were killed. As most of the people her age, she had a strong dislike for the bankers, so stealing from the banks wasn't that big of an offense. She considered the bankers to be thieves. That said, you can understand my curiosity about this group.
The book is very well researched out. Dates, places and people are all organized in chronological order and presented in a halfway interesting manner. It impressed me the detail the author had gone to. Was kind of surprised at some of the language used in it, and some of the other things she did that are quite against my own personal religious beliefs. Still, if you want to know about the life of Lucille Ball Arnaz, this isn't a bad book to listen to.
Since I grew up watching her shows, I was curious.
For me, it seems difficult to find "decent" books to listen to. My first and favorite so far is "Gone with the Wind".
If you like the movie, you will probably enjoy this audio book. Overall I enjoyed it very much.
Today's media, be it television, music or books are released with the express intention of corrupting our morals and turning the population away from Christianity. This is one. Just too sick to continue listening to. Don't need it. Don't want it. It's awful.
Objectionable language and the ending is so repulsive I was mortified. It's just plain disgusting and I wish I had never heard it.
Too much profanity and a very anti-Christian attitude by the writer.
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