The depth of the research. Too limited to the diaries, and unbalanced.
Read David Mccullough John Adams.
There was more than one character?
I agree with other reviews that this book lacks scholarship. The author draws conclusions regarding Adams that appear to be difficult transitions. It seemed clear to me that JQA was ADHD. I would have enjoyed more color to the narrative, some context. The limited exposure to the Adams presidency in the book was because Adams chose not to write much about it, not because there is a lack of record.
Courageous, patriotic, integrity
I would say the period leading up to the Declaration.
The opportunity to listen and read along. I found it quite enjoyable to take the paper copy and note passages that I thought were particularly compelling.
A man for his time, and for all time.
Everything McCullough puts his pen to becomes a masterpiece.
The narrative is rich and written for the well-read aficionado.
Has to be Fabula. Her life story is liberal, and empathetic.
I have heard him read many books. His sonorous rendition and shift in voice for characters is terrific.
Not particularly. These are not characters that are especially attractive.
Friends have not enjoyed this book as I did. The author's command of the language is exceptional. Some words he beats to death, like
Less focus on the pubescence thoughts of a teenage girl.
The genetics of vampire slayers.
She took on the voice of the girl quite naturally.
No. This genre has been beaten to death. Sorry.
I am sure there is a market for this kind of thing. My 12 year old son seemed to like it.
Not likely. While the story read much like a made for television
Written with a detail for realism, the outcome was unsatisfactory. I needed someone in this story to root for.
The inflection; the tension in the voice. This was well-done.
The tenuous nature of childhood attachments to things, and to people.
I was depressed for a week.
I enjoyed the nonchalance; I thought the author did an excellent job taking the edge off a subject that we all face but really don't want to think about.
I never thought about composting as an alternative to more traditional choices.
The closing scene where the author lays out her personal choices. After what she went through, her opinion was valuable.
This will never happen.
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