I will gladly listen to both his books in this series again and again. Not only is Rush's reading engaging, but the story line AND the historical facts describing America's fight for FREEDOM has inspired me.
I liked best his engaging story line, sprinkled with plenty of humor and seasoned with historical fact.
His ability to communicate through the spoken word is most helpful to me.
I laughed out loud several times.
I heartily recommend this book to all adults who love America -- oh, and by the way, to their children as well.
I am not sure if I would get another by O'Reilly. I might give him one more shot at making me a follower. I need to think about it more. The big problem I have with the book is the amount of time Bill spent rehearsing the salacious details of the sexual deviancies of many of the Roman leaders. I fast-forwarded a few times because, frankly, I got to thinking the detail seemed simply gratuitous. I mean, while it is good to know of the hedonism of the day, there is enough of it in our own culture that I did not want to be inundated with it within the story line.
Bill could have skimmed over much of the sexual escapades of the Roman hierarchy.
Yes, except as I noted above.
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