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A good accounting of the 10 years potato famine in Ireland between 1845-55 and the revelation that it was deliberately used to exterminate the Irish people.
While I found the information interesting, the reader was dull -- making a dry subject drier than necessary.
Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?
No. See below.
What was most disappointing about Charles River Editors’s story?
The narrator's monotone voice nearly put me to sleep. It didn't help that he began the book with the worst Irish accent I've ever heard! I couldn't get past chapter 1.
Would you be willing to try another one of Dave Wright’s performances?