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I read a review of this book which mentioned "verbal infelicities" - unsuitable expressions - and I could say that this term also applies to the narration by Gayle Hendrix. There were some very odd pronunciations of names and places. That said, the book itself provides a great insight into the life of Rose Kennedy and I found it incredibly interesting, especially her attitude towards her eldest daughter, Rosemary. She was a woman before her time who came into her own as the mother of three politicians. I thoroughly enjoyed this bio and have listened to it a couple of times. I definitely recommend it.
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Great to find out more about the Kennedy's from a different perspective. It does seem that the book was a little biased toward painting Rose in a good light. Not sure if that would have always been the case given the amount of time she spent taking time away from her children and her level of involvement in what some would think essential childcare but it was interesting and kept my attention
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