Great, insightful book. Mick Jagger was knighted, but it should have been bestowed upon Keith Richards. Richards was the heart and soul of the Rolling Stones. I always thought Jagger was THE man, but he was only the shell, the front man. The Rolling Stones is known for its music..and Keith Richards was the man who loved music. Along with all the other band members, san Jagger.
Very plausable book. Considering the ineptness of Congress and Washington DC's political scene...there is a case our government needs to explore EMP's potential danger to Amercia
Very well written. Great background and story telling. A must read. One of the best audible books I've "read"
Pretty good read. Great story to tell and it's well written and well narrated. Peter was great.
Good "read". Sometimes tedious, but the story moves along despite knowing how it's going to end.
Good background and fun read for Henry 8 fans.
Recommned putting the book on fast narration speed if you have that option. Normal speed is much too slow.
Insightful read. The first half of the book could have been titled, "I grew up in a strict (Christian, Jewish, pick one) house. Not so insightful. The last part of the book finally got into the Hasidic culture.
Overall, pretty good.
New twist on US slave history. Mostly focused on AL and GA post Civil War slavery.
A masterful woven story on what life was like in northern KY, WV and Ohio in the 1770-1810s. Very credible read. Well balanced and well researched. The Narration was superb. Kudos to the narrator. This book should be mandatory reading for all KY,WV and OH high schooler as to how their states were formed.
One of the best Audible books I've listened to.
A unique perspective on T. Jefferson. The author tries to embellish and fill in historical information left vacant over the centuries. For the most part, she does a pretty good job at it. The narration is slow....but if you put your MP3 player on fast audio speed...the narrtive picked up to a more reasonable listening pace. The first half of the book there is some repetition of facts, etc. The publisher should find better editors. All in all...a nice read.
OK "read" but it got a little tiring after a bit. Some wit in parts but not a LOL book. Trust me. First and last sign up for this author.
A great "read." Very informative and written true to the times. I am not Texan and have never lived there...but it should be a mandatory read for all the Texans. A+ story.
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