I Love Pat Conroy's books. i thik the fact i have seen the movie couple of years ago, prevented me from the feeling i susualy get in his books, that it turns my guts over all the time
all his books are must, and this is one of the strong ones.
I liked the first three, so i will stick to the end probably
yes i would - when you like series, you follow even through dips...
Funny, touchy, human
the 5 year old boy understanding of the world arround him
Great Narator !!!!!!!!
very good description on the battle, from both human and military aspects
i have listen to it five or six years ago, and remember it as very interesting book, that i should listen to again, when i have deeper understanding of the civil war
Usually when i go for best seller, I get overwhelmed with the level of story telling.
Tina Fey is nice, and narrating her book is improving it, but far from BIG book.
for History in general and military history in particular, it is some disappointment
battle and strategy description is very limited, while other parts of the Lakota history is very long, including dictionary that is fairly boring for the listener.
Biography is challenging. Trio biographies so tightly told and woven together.
excellent job by the author and narrator.
very interesting history story, though a little short on the battle description.
i expected a little more strategy and fighting descriptions.
after starting the book, i wondered what did i buy.
few chapters later i came into the story, and enjoyed both the story and the interesting way it is told. very creative telling to human story with history aspects.
things are not as simple as presented, and are not all from one point of view.
the "decimal money" did not allow chemistry to develop periodic table...
Qublai Han was not chinese, and paper money was part of a very dramatic changes the Mongols lead the world for, not a thing of its own. reading Gingis Han explains it excellent.
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