I would give it a B. The first 2 44 Scotland Street books were A+.
Bertie is my favorite character by far.
MacKenzie performs all the characters flawlessly.
I can't wait to listen to the next 44 Scotland Street book. "The World According to Bertie"
You get a better feel for Jobs, Apple and Silicon Valley.
You see how he really did become Steve Jobs.
This is a regular person working in Hollywood.
She would be great to have dinner with. All her stories are fascinating.
She is a beautiful actor and a wonderful writer and person.
Can't wait to see her on the big and small screen again.
Great writer but poor speaker / reader.
This is not written like a sport's writer; very dry.
Saying all that - lots of insight into Lombardi the man versus Coach. If that is what you want book will be worth more Stars.
Foul and vulgar. You hate Eddie after 2nd chapter. He is not a rootable character.
Sarcastic about everyone.
Author injects herself into story. Most of book is gossip on Bassett family. Not really a business book more like National Enquier.
Story moves fast. Lead characters are rootable. Story line holds your interest.
Hope it is a series with PI Strike.
You won't be able to put book down. Twists and turns and never predictable.
I learned a lot of facts I didn't know about golf. Period when OB was not stroke and distance. I read a lot of Golf books and found out info on Hogan, Demaret, Burke, Snead I did not know before. Must read if you like Golf history.
Richard Allen mispronounced Medinah, Inverness and Henry Picard's last name. Where was the "proof reader"? Need to know something about your subject and know names before you narrate.
More than just Hogan and Merion and that is a good thing.
Well researched and an easy listen.
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