I'm not an avid audio book consumer, but I do have a few years of at least 30 hrs/week of podcast consumption. So please take those facts into consideration.
First, the book gives exactly what the title says, except, well... Censorship just isn't as good as it used to be, so 'uncensored' means more like 'I let my 8 year old listen to this'. And I did just that while we were on a trip with his grandparents (who by the way LOVED the book). Don't be concerned about catching a crude joke by today's standards. Second, it is accurate through multiple sources in all accounts, and explains conflicting accounts as points of view, which endeared me, personally.
Lastly, while the reader was very good, there were points (probably between takes) where the readers volume rose and fell. I didn't notice it so much while listening with headphones, but through a car stereo I had to adjust the volume up and down a hair every so often.
The U.S. Presidency isn't a popularity contest, despite what society might want to believe. Getting there requires a concerted effort that isn't paid back in weeks or months. It takes lifetimes; in this case 4-5 Bush family lives worth of quid pro quo favors.
I enjoyed the authors ability to simply report his findings and let readers decide if they wanted to draw their own conclusions. Truth often is stranger than fiction, which I believe is the case here.
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