So. Many. Pauses. Her reading style reminds me of a teacher reading to a classroom full of young children and there are so many pauses at sometimes-odd intervals that I found it difficult to connect the first part of many sentences with the last. I really don't think the performer captured the style of the writer on this one.
Yes, but in small doses. Just when I would get so annoyed with the slightly-to-cheerful, breathy, pause-ridden reading that I would think about abandoning the effort altogether, I would learn something interesting enough to convince me to commit to one more chapter.
The material is interesting but it really could have been expressed using fewer words.
Rachel Maddow has a specific sense of humor that really comes across in this book.
For the anti-Dems out there, this is not a partisan book - Rachel throws punches all the way around.
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