I love David McCullough, but the narrator here read the book with a very sarcastic attitude toward the charactors which interfered with the story. McCullough also disapointed by claiming that all asthma is pscho-psomatic, and not acknowledge current medical knowledge that recognizes asthma is an auto-immune disease. It puts all the research for the book in question to have an entire chapter on Roosevelt's life long battle with this disease treated as a psychological disorder, rather than the serious physical challenge it presented for him. Another disappointment was the way this very long narrative ends - almost mid-sentence, and certainly mid-thought. As if McCullough ran out of notes, and couldn't be bothered to bring the book to a conclusion.
My first book by Heyer, and it was a fun and enjoyable book. Great for Austen fans.
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