I hesitated listening to this book because of my respect and amiration for Jackie Kennedy but I was intrigued and pludged forward. I did enjoy the book and it made me spend a lot of time doing google searches to learn more about JFK's affairs. For instance, I watched the Barbara Walters interview and I felt sorry for Mimi on how she was treated by Barbara. I respect Mimi for how well she handled the interview. While listening to the story, I felt a compassion for Mimi and thought many times "what would I have done". I did have a hard time believing some of the verbiage towards the end of the book, such as when said she disposed of the personal items given to her by JFK. Not something I think I would do but needless to say I never received any gifts from JFK so who am I to judge.In conclusion, I recommend this book and hats off to Mimi Alford.
She performed them all well. She made the book even more enjoyable for me.
She was good
Glad I got the abridged version. We are reading this for book club and I've already had people say they won't finish it.
Wow, great story! One of my favorite books I've read in a long time.
Wow, what genius it took to write this book. I have never read any of King's books but was intrigued the the story dealing with time travel to save President Kennedy's life. This is one book I will remember reading for the rest of my life. I hope and can not wait for it to be a movie. What a movie it will be.
gee, any classic that is remember for many many many years
he did a great job with all the accents of the various regions of USA.
yes, I'm in awe.
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