Highly recommended, I had already read the paperback and got this audiobook to remind myself of all that I had read. This is a totally engrossing account of the american relationship with Saudi Arabia. It is excellently narrated by Robertson Dean.
"Too short and too rushed"
I came to this after listening to robert southeys' lengthy biography hoping for a more up to date and objective look at Nelson, but I am afraid this is not nearly as good. All the major episodes in nelsons voyages are quickly raced through, although there is some interesting historical information delivered. But the worst thing about it is the narration which is really rushed and off-putting, the audiobook is about 3 hours long but should have taken at least 4 hours to read at a normal pace.
"An Excellent introduction"
I was expecting an anthology but this is a narrative history of the arts with examples read to illustrate the story. For a person like me who has little understanding of poetry this reaally gives a great overview. It is very well read by the narrator as well. It left me wanting to listen to more poetry
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