My problem with the book was that it is (so far) a history lesson. Only a small portion was about M. Albright. I was aware that her reading voice lacks so I was ready. I can forgive her for a boring voice. But a history lesson? Had the story been a story, I would not be dissatisfied. I probably will not finish the book.
This book was so sappy. I wanted to hear about the medical, legal and ethical aspects of death with dignity, but NO. It tried to be a love story and failed badly. If anyone has a in-depth inquiry into death with dignity, I'd like to know.
Couldn't get past the first few minutes. I love kids but I am not interested in hearing a child narrate a book. I wasted a credit. Since so many people loved the book, I am tempted to buy a hard copy.
The author repeats the same point over and over again. This is one of the more boring books I have listened to. Point well make but not enought substance.
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