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Seeing the review comment from the Independent I wondered if this would be little more than an attack on Blair. Instead I found it fascinating and enlightening. I also enjoyed the author reading it himself. It did seem to jump about a bit, and at less than three hours I would have welcomed an unabridged verson if that had changed that.
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What made the experience of listening to The Accidental American the most enjoyable?
I am keen on politics so know quite a lot about it but it was very satisfying to hear all the things we think we know about structured into a narrative, well told by the author, who knows his stuff. Tony Blair and his obsession with 'legacy' is more than slightly scary.
Which character – as performed by James Naughtie – was your favourite?
If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?
Tony Blair - A Napolean for the 21st Century
Any additional comments?
Would have been more satisfied by an unabridged version. It's a highly significant part of history (for all the wrong reasons btw Tony) and I would have liked more detail.