Loyalty. Humility. Perseverance.
Moment after the final race in 1936.
Edward Herrmann gave voice and emotion to the characters.
Yes, I didn't want to stop listening.
One of the books that I'll read now that I've listened to it. I loved it!
I've already recommended this audiobook to several friends. Love, loss, and forgiveness.
Yes, I didn't want to stop listening. I listened every chance I could get... even cooked dinner while listening.
The narration is incredible. The characters are well defined. An emotional (highs and lows) and tragic story.
This is not a thinking person's book. The writing is amateurish and the story lacks depth. Every little detail is painfully described leaving little to the reader's imagination. Although I was bored throughout most of this book, I continued with the expectation that the book would become a classic Clancy novel. It never did.
I'm a Larry McMurtry fan and was looking forward to listening to Comanche Moon. Almost immediately, I became annoyed with the narration. Now, about two hours into the book, I continue to be distracted by the over-emphasized and breathy narration. I hope I can make it through all three parts because the story is good.
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