I felt moved by this book. Don't know how much is historically correct and I don't think that it matters. I felt as if I was there. It is not a fun book. It is about a great man who in his time had the strength and purpose to continually fight against overwhelming odds. If I was Euro American I would have a sense of shame.
Reading is one tone but I thought effective. Some special effects of thunder were great.
A great book.
I have been listening to Audible books for a long time and never reviewed before. I am only breaking the habit to warn anyone thinking of buying this book. This is an out and out academic book with a strong authors opinion from the beginning about the non existence of Celts with warning after warning not to assume that Celts ever existed as we understand them. One warning would have been enough and then maybe some of the subject mentioned in the title would have been nice. I just could not get through the first chapter. Terrible.
The narration is simply wonderful. Juliet Stevenson made this story come alive. At times I was laughing with tears running down my face. I have hundreds of audible books now but this is up there with the best.
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