Yes I intend to read the follow up in the 2nd part of the series.
While I appreciate the lengths the writer goes to provide context for Churchill's biography it is, in my opinion, over done. I believe there was ample opportunity to educate me with out so much superfluousness information about minute details of the daily lives of his associates.
Abbreviate and present only the most interesting content.
If this were a book it would be 15 hours long and then you'd still have to watch the sequel to find out what happens.
He does a nice job of speaking and imitating voices, even if he does come across a little pompous.
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