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This was an absolutely excellent book. It gave me everything I want from a biography.
It chronologically relates all aspects of Theodore Roosevelt's life up to his presidency, after President McKinley's assassination in The next in the trilogy covers his years in the Presidency: I will very soon continue with that! I was worried that it might be repetitive, having years ago read and loved David McCullough 's Mornings on Horseback.
Such a worry was unnecessary. Edmund Morris' book went much further in depth. I completely know now Theodore's personality.
I know what he would do and what he would most probably say in a given situation. This author had me laughing at some of the things Theodore had the nerve to say and do!
His ego was rather inflated, to say the least, but that doesn't mean I didn't also find him highly worthy of admiration.
Gosh, I have never run into someone with so much energy. Please read the comments left below this review if you want more details of some of the events in this book. You simply must read the book to find out about that!
It is engaging and amazing and funny! This author made some of the events of that war hilariously amusing! I honestly cannot think of anything to complain about in relation to this book OR its narration by Mark Deakins. OK, only one thing, and it is so very minor that it is pitiful.
The narrator would read the date July 1,as "July one " rather than "July first ". THAT is the only puny complaint I can think of. I compared Deakins narration to the Theodore's own speeches found on Utube. Deakins perfectly bit off and spit out his words, as Theodore learned to do in his fight against asthma.
If you are in the least interested in Theodore Roosevelt, then read this book I will soon be reviewing the next in the trilogy to see if it too is as amusing and interesting and engaging as this one as proved to be! In fact you do not even have to be interested in reading about presidents to choose this book.
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You can order food your way in the dining room (2 appetizers, dessert first, allergy. "Mornings on Horseback" is the brilliant biography of the young Theodore Roosevelt.
Hailed as "a masterpiece" (John A. Gable, "Newsday"), it is the winner of the "Los Angeles Times" Book Prize for Biography and the National Book Award for Biography.
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Book Review: Mornings on Horseback by David McCullough Mornings on Horseback and The Path Between the Seas. Among his many honors, his most admiral award is the Presidential Medal of Freedom, this is an award given by the President of the United States.
McCullough has a very successful career at hand, he has completed eight books before the. David McCullough: David McCullough, – (), Mornings on Horseback: The Story of an Extraordinary Family, a Vanished Way of Life, and the Unique Child Who Became Theodore Roosevelt (), You can make it easier for us to review and, hopefully, publish your contribution by keeping a few points in mind.