All that this book contains is a list of what "every American should know" without any details on any of those items. No joke, the whole book is just a list, droned out one item after the other. I feel like I got bamboozled.
This book kept me interested and wanting more for the duration. An honest, captivating, and unflattering look at one of this centuries most influential men.
This is such a sub-par read compared to James Marsters. I think I'll be skipping a Dresden Files audiobook for the first time. Way to go Penguin Audio, way to go.
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