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I was a child as many if these events unfolded. I remember the angst and travail of simply existing in a world where I was not wanted. I remember the discomfort of seeing my articulate, educated, law abiding, socially engaged parents looked at as less than. I can recall the pain of not knowing if I would ever be valued outside my own home. This story; the way it is told and the evolution of the relationship between RFK and MLK; gives me hope for today and (in somes ways) helps to sooth the wounds of yesterday. I grew to adulthood wondering what the world would have been if the two men had survived. This book recreates a sense of urgency and hope. I would recommend it to everyone who is seeking to understand the undercurrents of the times in which we live.
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
This book uses improv to deliver Bob Kennedy's story. It's funny, informative, light and engaging! They did really well capturing the character of the Kennedys.
The storyline really captures his life story well too. How his perspective changed from a hardline politician whose view of the world is black and white to a liberal icon advocating for the disadvantaged.
What about the narrators’s performance did you like?
I especially loved their portrayal of the interactions Bobby had with JFK. Both voice actors were casted very well.