Have had the paper books (both volumes) for a long time, but had trouble staying with reading them. But listening has been much easier. The reader does a great job, has a good pace, and it's not hard to listen for an hour or two at a time.
It's fascinating that Winston Churchill turned out as good as he did, having had a pretty dysfunctional early life. After listening to the book, I realize he had lots of
He's easy to listen to. He has a quite different voice any time he is quoting Churchill.
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