I would recommend this for the shear uniqueness of the subject. Really does fit well with what I kept hearing references to in historical books on these various beverages, but provides a much more comprehensive viewpoint.
More than just a man and his dog, provides insight into the challenges facing the blind, and their connection to the dogs that provide them with the mobility to go out into the world. Well worth the read.
Well presented in a collage method sort of way. Was insightful into a whole different era, culture, and challenges. Really enjoyed it and the reading.
Actually it's pretty depressing to listen to non-stop well researched details on politician corruption. While this identifies the Obama sphere, you can't help to think if this is just "politician" in any form being the culprit. Out only to line their pockets. Our constitutional fore-fathers are rolling in their graves, I'm sure.
Problem with this audio book is the narrator. His diction is so "un-crisp" as to make it a strain to listen to and understand all his words. Really surprising they didn't get a better audio presenter.
If you love Hawaii...this is a wonderful book to give you a sense of what it was like back in 1866. It comes alive in Mark Twain's writings. This audio book was well read in the style of Mark Twain. Would recommend it highly.
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