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3 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 04-08-10

quite good content but the reade's style very 1950's upper crust English which takes from an average listener's attention to content. Still i would say it is worth a credit.

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Overall
3 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 04-08-10

Peter has a little bit of the 'i'm a good boy i am' about him and his voice is a little proper but other than that i thought it was a good as an audio book and easy to follow. it is a good insight into the New Labour years and the toxic relationship between Blair and Browne. Peter promotes himself to the 'Third man' status and suggests that this is not false modesty because after all the other two were Prime Minister and other than that the 3 of them were really all the same. In any event, i would say it is worth a credit and I am stingy about my credits these days. Una - Dublin

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