it was too long but interesting
No.I have enormous respect for Webb and the Seals. The self absorption is diminishing.
Yes,It gives me great respect for the military. It also operates in its own movie- outside the purview of economy and family.On a positive basis, it can be a source of inspiration to build for the future.
I think the print version would be better though harder to get through. Gore has done a great job with his data but there is no opportunity to reflect on it in audio
Gore should not be narrating. His intelligence exceeds his place as a evocative compelling narrator
The Future For Now and What We Face and Do Not Know or Address
There is a bit of the sky is falling and it may indeed. The strength of the book is the questions; the weakness is its answers....
Jefferson was so much better in my view.
the fact that the Civil War could have started in Jackson's administration.
I thought he was very good- although not excellent
American Lion is the perfect description
If she writes another one like this the answer is yes.
None. I am not sure what her purpose was other than show the failings of the British human condition.
read Harry Potter.
she is a good writer that for some reason needed to air issues that appear to be relative to her personal background. While this is a bit presumptuous, the Queen will no longer honor her for this crass view of British life.
I adore his music
There is no poetry in his biography
I understand he is now sober
It's a failure in sobriety
Probably the last speech
I hope not
Too much to cut
It was clever to tell the story through a dogs eyes. Nothing else was clever
It was better than the book but not much
I think I will need to shoot my daughter who reccommended it
Yes. One of the best written histories ever
There were many moments . For such a lengthy book, it was a fast listen.
I thought Charlton was the perfect narrator for this history
My reaction to the book is that it is one of the best histories ever written
The discussion of the Columbia Exposition was outstanding. The murders were less so. I understand there are others that would like it as well.
Yes and No. I think it captures the period well and let's you understand how the exposition made Chicago great. The murders are tedious.
No. He author did a great job taking complete license with history.
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