Historical · Non-fiction

The Rise and Fall of Charles Lindbergh

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Title: The Rise and Fall of Charles Lindbergh

Author: Candace Fleming

Performer: Kirsten Potter

Length: 9 hr, 41 min, 36 sec

Series: N/A

Publishing Date/Publisher: 2020 by Listening Library

Format: eAudiobook

Review: This was a difficult book to rate because it was very well written, organized, and researched, but I did not care for the story at all.  If I had rated it for the former rather than the latter, this book would have received a much higher rating from me.

This was another committee book assigned for the Mock Printz at work, so I felt compelled to finish it despite the fact I was very bored nearly the entire way through.  Charles Lindbergh was a pretentious, controlling, and manipulative human being that I could have gone my whole life without knowing about.  I would catalog this in adult fiction, so I am not even sure why it is being considered by my committee.  I did my due diligence, however, and finished it before passing judgement.  I’m glad to be done with it, and look forward to moving on to the next book on my TBR list.

Kirsten Potter was a great performer, and I do not hold the story of this man against her.

Reader: Bekah


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