This is a frightening--hair-raising--book that every American should read. Unfortunately, the narration is monotone and sluggish, to my ear. But the content is so compelling that this hardly gets in the way.
A wonderful listening experience.
Fascinating book, disastrous narrator.
The author seems pretty tentative in her assessment of Rice.
The narrator should be taught how to pronounce "February," as her pronunciation (Febber-erry) is very distracting.
A crisp, clear, and compelling rendition of a leading human- and civil-case of the Bush years. Mahler draws wonderful characterizations of his dramatis personae and leads the reader smoothly through the thicket of legal issues. Highly recommended
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