Listen to the version with commentary, then the one without, for a fantastic experience, as you will then understand every utterance! This would have been time-consuming in print, but it goes by quickly with Audible. Thanks for a great series. The actors are very professional and do the master justice.
Skye Moody relays beautifully and authentically the first-person voices in this amazing record of a lost era, when women still churned their own butter, were married off in their teens, and had more children than they could feed. Moody’s women may be broke and illiterate, but they are sharp and tough as nails. These are the stories of children working in the mines and corporations extracting every drop of sweat and blood with impunity. It is to the brave protests of this generation that we owe our equitable legal system, more compassionate government agencies, and more humane regulations. An inspiring collection of interviews from a versatile author of both fiction and nonfiction. Well read too!
Very well researched, organizing all the information gleaned from letters seamlessly. One of Isaacson's best. Very well dramatized. The only small flaw is trying to explain some of the theories--unnecessary. Otherwise, it was great to see Einstein's early struggles with math/academics, and his personal and romantic life. Well done.
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