A wonderful story spanning 50 years and two continents.
The narrator is the best I've heard yet: accents, lingo, languages -- all beautiful.
I loved this story, was glued to it and would listen again. Wonderful if you like learning about families, generations, relationships and humanity in the context of history.
The story is only OK. It jumps around chronologically. Her voice is not pleasant as a narrator, obviously we all love her as a singer. I would not recommend it, but to a few female friends of that generation.
Queen Elizabeth is the only woman who many of us have watched for decades. She has hit her stride and more. A true leader, able to change and to be sensitive to the world around her. This book opened my eyes to this truly remarkable woman.
I highly recommend it to woman professionals.
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