I would recommend this to anyone who wants to know how lucky free nations are.
The survival of a human being.
I love to hear the author read his own book. Blaine was no exception.
I will never forget this story. It reminds me how lucky I am to be an American.
I might, but I would rather hear all of her other books first.
Shanghai Girls, because the characters are the same, just older.
Genius, infuriating, driven!
There are so many interesting facts. I just couldn't stop telling my friends the stuff I learned about Steve in this book.
This book is not fun to read. Too many people in this world fit into the category of sociopath.
My granddaughter listens to this every time I am with her.
I am so glad to have this and share it with my granddaughter.
I learned about the Paris Roundup. The plot was so clever. I felt it could have all been true. I could not turn it off.
I did not learn anything except about the characteristics of a bipolar person. I really don't want to know about the stuff in this book.
Change the plot.
It is up there with Steve Jobs biography.
The part in Ford's Theater made it so real.
I knew parts of the history involved, but this filled in with wonderful details. I learned alot.
James Garfield was such a nice person. I am glad I learned his story.
The audio version was such a special treat because the author herself was narrating. I loved her voice. I felt she was really talking to me.
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