I might to catch up on chatpers I might have missed.
Knowing who was who in Stalin's life.
I liked the whole thing honestly.
NOt really, but I had no idea Joseph was such a womanizer.
A must have for any history fan.
I would. It's an impressive book.
It's just as good as How Few Remain, and also better in some ways.
The introduction to Jake Featherston.
Featherston. We get some background on him. Custer too, but to me, he was annoying.
A must-have for any alternate history or Harry Turtledove fan.
The plotline and narration. Guidall's great with accents, without overdoing them.
Afraid I can't pick one. All were excellent.
I have. All of his narrations are quite good. This is his best so far I believe.
Afraid I can't think of one.
A must-have I feel for any alternate history fans.
The battle scenes.
The overall storyline.
The narration was quite good. The only thing I didn't like, was that Jonathon Davis isn't good with accents, not even French ones for the Twi'leks.
I thought the lazy woman moff was funny when I first heard of her,a nd got her description.
Rather good, but not in my top ten.
Nixon. The actor does a good job portraying him.
The actor who played Nixon and Kissinger. Both are great with accents.
A must-have for history and Watergate fans.
I would somewhat, accept for what I feel is bad narration. I would've prefered Marc Thompson.
The overall plot.
He can't do squat with different voices or accents.
A must-have for Star Wars or Luceno fans.
It was good, but pitty it was the abridged version.
Afraid I can't think of any book to compare it to.
Not quite sure to be honest.
I didn't know Bill Clinton often smoked cigars, let alone played cards.
I was unaware that Reagan did these sorts of things after leaving the California Governor's office.
Reagan of course, and the lead ins by his former advisers and wife were a nice touch.
A must-have for any history, politics, or Reagan buffs or fans.
Emotion and she's very good with different accents.
The prologue, showing the dorrman of Kennedy's time reacting to his bosses assassination.
One funny passage is about LBJ and how obsessed he was with his shower.
A must-have for people wanting to know more about the White House and the people who work there.
I would because of the interesting storyline and characters
One of Tom Clancy's novels. Just as good as one of the late authors books.
All of them, but Burov in particular. Brick's excellent at different accents.
The overall story.
North Korea's fascinated me a lot. There's so much we in the West don't know about that country.
He does in a very detailed way, letting us know who's who.
Nothing at all.
A must-have for people wishing to learn more about North Korea's early years.
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