Nothing ever changes
Many moments were memorable but what impressed me were the letters, no one writes like that any more! Without such great letters we would have missed a vary important part of history.
The right word is scenes. Every time Lincoln had to deal with a problem he somehow made the right ones. Although I would have got rid of McClellan much earlier.
No way to long
I was not a fan of Obama until I listened to this book and I see a lot of the way Obama weights his decisions (slow and methodically) yet willing to act no matter the risk when he thinks he is right just like Lincoln did. The book gave me a good feeling that even though our government today seems so divided it is no different then the government Lincoln had to deal with and we still made out alright.
This book up there with the rest of Catherine's FBI thrillers.
Good plot kept we wondering who was the villein.
I think both Jim and Deanna did a great job on all the characters. I like both a man and woman's voice when there are both men and women characters are speaking.
Yes, but I could not.
Would like more books from Coulter with her FBI team.
I don't have any friends that need this type of help.
Yes, he is direct and to the point.
Never heard him be for.
Not really, at least on this subject.
I liked Augusten's telling like it is. I think to many people today feel sorry for themselves and are stuck in the doldrums, if they are willing to take Augusten's advice they could move on and be more productive in almost every aspect of life.
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