Engaging, relevant, & lengthy
A clever, coherent defense of the benefits of capitalism in an engaging story.
Although written in 1957, the book seems more relevant today that it probably did in 1957. Some minor social norms have changed since the 50's, but this only adds to the interest of this story.
However, be aware this is a long book. Sometimes the dialog is made up of short, rapid fire, back-and-forth conversations, but I guess that's what happens when you have 1,100 pages to fill.
Don't be fooled by the recent movie. This is a very engaging story.
I found the narration style of this book to be captivating. The descriptions of the last days of the civil war and the events leading up to the assassination gave me real insight into the thought process of the day.
Mr. O'Reilly is an excellent speaker and his reading of his book was superb.
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