I have been subscribing to the Forbes magazine as my monthly periodical almost since I first started listening to Audible. About 1 hour, biweekly is a great fit to my schedule, and I generally find the content interesting. Naturally, not all the articles are going to be relevent for every listener, but overall I find it well worth the time.
I found this to be extremely informative. Before listening to this "book", I really didn't understand the relationship between the three failths. I will definately be listening to this one over again so that I might better absorb the points and comparisons.
The casual lecture style of the presentation is a nice deviation from the polished style of typical audio books.
The recorded length of the unabridged version of this title may seem daunting, but the hours just fly by. The author does a fantastic job of presenting the unique combination of skills and talents that were possessed by Alexander Hamilton. It is fascinating to listen to the significant part he played in securing and developing the government we live with to this day. Maybe I wasn?t paying enough attention, but it seems like my history classes never gave him the prominence he deserves.
I picked this title on sort of a whim, primarily because of its status as a timeless classic. I was initially skeptical as it represents a marked divergence from the types of audiobooks I am wont to select. Almost to my surprise, I found that I really enjoyed listening to it. I can now appreciate its reputation for provoking thought and reflection.
The narrator did a fine job in his ability to engage the listener, however he did have a tendency to reduce to a whisper that was often difficult to hear.
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