I've not read the print version yet, but based on the audio edition, I bought the book.
The details both social and political.
He sounded like a southerner, more Virginian than Tennessean but still, that Southern Gentleman voice
Yes, but I couldn't.
I'm a fan of the series and Archie is of course my favorite character though, I do get a kick out of his father.
He didn't overvamp it, didn't "Birdcage" it. He was able to deliver the "fashion" lines believable.
Another of my favorite series that since I can not get the books for my kindle, I can still listen to them
It put me right there. I was captivated from the beginning
When I realized I was on my seat waiting to hear what happened to each person.
He brings a voice, and a sound
Yes, wanted too, but couldn't
I lent it to a friend and she had the same reactions. We were both very moved by it.
Pleas see my reviews of Chiefs and The Run. I did not realize that Barrett Whitener did not narrate all of this series. The voice and acting continuity was great
Yes, I actually did because I diid not get the first few in tis series in order, and I went back to re-listen in order
Some of it makes me think of one of the earlier Jack Ryan novels by Clancy. The political game, without the international spy thriller part.
Not so much a scene, but Ken Howard's southern gentleman accent reminded me so much of my uncles.
Among the top. I loved the entire series.
I wanted to see how it all turned out and how everyone fit together in the end
I'm not sure as it's been a while since I listened to it. I do however keep envisioning the family home through the years
The past never leaves, it just becomes the future
The family and national history as well as how some of the "stories" came to be.
Catherine was neither all good or bad
Yes, but I couldn't
Audio is becoming one of my favorite ways to "read" history and biographies
Literal not Fluid
The founding fathers - they were brilliant
His voice, his personal insight.
Anyone who wants to talk about or debate the constitution with others should listen to this before daring to open their mouths. You cannot listen to this without giving thought to what makes the constitution work and what destroys it. It gives a better understanding of that document.
Yes, there were so many nuances and a few asides that I did not catch the first time
Anton Scalia's speech on constitutional interpretation
The differing points of view between the justices were interesting. I especially appreciated the personal give and take between the justices themselves. It really made them human, real people in my mind. I could see them in a group teasing each other like most co-workers do. I have always seen them as political figures but never really as co-workers to each other.
Absolutely! I'm not a fan of romances however the narrator has such a gift for voices and dialects as well as a voice to make you melt
Only if Richard Armitage was the narrator
the hero of course
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