Seamless, complete, wanting more
too many to list
I would have liked it better if he had announced every chapter so you can leave it off at he end of each chapter if you'd like. I never had any idea where I was leaving it off because it was chapter one, and then the next time the chapter was announced was Chapter 67. Ridiculous to set up an audio book in this manner.
I thought Mr. Brick should have used more inflections in his voice. He does not sound American, and I thought the even tone was monotonous, and I often thought I had heard this section already because mr. Brick's inflections did not change. Audible should ask what did you like or dislike. AUDIBLE: You are too heavy handed in not wanting negative reviews. You are like a communist country where the individual is silenced or like a totalitarian regime not allowing dissent.
No I didn't want to listen to a 42-hour audio book in one sitting.
AUDIBLE: You are too heavy handed in not wanting or willing to post negative reviews. You are like a communist country where the individual is silenced or like a totalitarian regime not allowing dissent. THIS IS AMERICA: GIVE ME LIBERTY OR GIVE ME DEATH.
The Audible download makes it impossible to know where you are in this 42-hour book. It is supposed to restart where you left off, and several times it didn't. So I missed certain portions. Audible does not state the beginning of each and every chapter, so if you stop, you have no idea where you are in the book. Do not download 42-hour books. Audible is best served by 10-12 hour books. This book was so well written that I now must read the book, which means the time I spent trying to listen to the book was wasted. Audible only prints the 5 star reviews, so no one will ever see this review.
I thought the book investigated some of the close relationships that were pivotal in Teddy's early life. The book ends before he becomes president, and I will have to find another book that examines his presidency. I was interested in how he came to be an outdoorsman and how he developed his views about public lands in the west. Certainly his views were unusual considering he was part of the wealthy elite.
His childhood and relationships with women; his outdoor adventures in Maine and the west.
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