I would, if it was narrated by a different narrator.
Insofar as it is a biography of an American President, I compare this book to John Adams by David McCullough, Thomas Jefferson by John Meacham, Team of Rivals by Doris Kearns Goodwin, and Founding Rivals by Chris De Rose.
George Guidall, Simon Prebble, Chrisotpher Hurt, Suzanne Toren, Edward Hermann, Nelson Runger, or George Wilson.
I have to think about this one.
Although the narration is dull, monotone, and tedious, the biography is well-written and wonderful. It is a must-read for anyone even mildly interested in the United State's presidential history.
This is not a shock-jock produced antithesis to the currently prevailing success-in-business models.
Scientifically reasoned, this work seeks to reintroduce to the lay person of slave-mentality the condition of the mind that conduces creativity, self-identity, and mindfulness, while exposing the social nostroms that have hitherto led us to subordination of our minds to prescribed algorythms aimed at production of ever-increasing number of identical widgets for maximization of "shareholders' profits."
Ever wondered why time flies by much faster in proportion to the fun we are having?
Perfect intonations, varied tempo, and a soothing voice. Incredible story, too, a favorite of mine.
A must read for anyone with the slightest interest in the American history and politics, or in the lives of those who have positively changed the course of bistory.
This memorable story of strangely familiar people has no climax, no drama, but is fascinating.
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