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very good book sure I will play it again & again over the years
The book was exhilarating but the narrator was a little slow.
I couldn't get through this book. I tried on a few occasions but I was worried I would fall asleep while driving. The story itself if quite interesting but the writing drags on.
An awesome and unbelievably great read! I couldn’t stop listening to it! Edward Hermann is a perfect narrator!
This may be the best book I have listened to on Audio Books. The details and the narrator were fantastic.
I’ve recently had eye surgery, so I chose to try audio books. I’m thoroughly impressed with both the format and the book. I thought this would last me about three weeks. I finished listening to it in five days. Amazing story!
Bored me, not into unbelievable feelgood stories I guess or classic Americana
Louie Zamperini has been a personal hero of mine after reading this book. The book itself was wonderfully written, the story one of the most inspiring things I've heard.
An amazing book! An amazing story! I could hardly quit listening to it.
Words can\'t describe this. It was an absolutely amazing book. It was not what I was expecting at all.
Laura Hillenbrand has been writing about Thoroughbred racing since 1988 and has been a contributing writer/editor for "Equus" magazine since 1989. Her work has also appeared in "American Heritage, ABC Sports Online, The Blood-Horse, Thoroughbred Times, The Backstretch, Turf "and "Sport Digest" and many other publications. Her 1998 "American Heritage" article on Seabiscuit won the Eclipse Award for Magazine Writing, the highest award for Thoroughbred racing. She is currently serving as a consultant on a Universal Studios movie based on this book. Born in Fairfax, Virginia, Laura lives in Washin