Back in time.
The character depiction of Booth and Lincoln and Grant.
The book was very well written and performed by Bill O'Reilly and I would recommend it to all United States citizens.
The narrator, Therese Plummer, made the book very enjoyable.
It was neatly tied together though a bit sappy.
This was the first time I had heard a narration by Therese Plummer.
It was humorous enough to make me chuckle out loud once or twice.
Because of this listening experience I will be looking for additional performances by Therese Plummer.
The sense of a miracle about to unfold.
George Guidall is among my favorite narrators. I have listened to books narrated by him that I would never have had the fortitude to read. And I have thoroughly enjoyed his performance while experiencing books that I would have not experienced otherwise. I have not had the pleasure of listening to a narration by Suzanne Toren previous to this book but I will be sure to look for her as I was pleased with this narration.
There were emotional moments, to be sure. But, I feel that, the measure of this book is the lasting impression it had on me about the endurance of the human spirit under the most trying circumstances.
Thank you, Audible, for making so many wonderful books available for listening!
Yes, because it was well written and carried a very sweet message. The narrative performance was well done and enjoyable.
The fact that it was surprisingly enjoyable. I love animals and especially dogs but I was afraid that this story might be too melodramatic.
He was, very effectively, the "voice" of the dog.
No. I rarely have that much time to commit to listening to a book. I generally listen as I am able to listen.
Thank you for making these audio books available and easily attainable!
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