This book was a surprise. The narration was well done. I was engrossed and entertained through out. l especially like the writing style of the author. This is well work the time. I highly recommend this to my fellow audio book listeners.
It has been over 30 years since I read this book. I am so glad I decided to revise it on audible. It is a great story and Rob Inglis is a wonderful job of narrating. It is a classic for a reason.
This is a well written and narrated accounting of the political genius of Abraham Lincoln. Doris Learns Goodwin keep the reader well engaged. Do not let the length of this book intimidate you. When it is over you will be wanting more.
This was a great story. The narration was perfect and the story keeps you going. It was both heart warming and nerve racking. Well worth the effort. I highly recommend.
As far as detective stories go, this one is uninspired. I could not wrap my mind around the main charter. I did like him and never cared if he survived the story. That is never a good feeling when reading a book. His character was shallow and stereo typed. The story concept was good, but it would have been better in half the time.
Scott Brick did of fine job of narrating, but there is only so much you can do with a weak story line.
Some stories make you want to turn the pages because you can't wait to hear more and get into the story. Unfortunately this is not one of those stories. I feel as if I wasted my credits on this book. The story line is predictable and amateurish. The writer used images of blood and violence to cover the weak story line. I will not be using anymore credits on this author.
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