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    Shorter and Less Hateful, Please.

    I gave this audiobook two stars for the amazing narration and for the authors' extensive research. That said, this book should have been much shorter. Eliza's childhood, which establishes her athletic, scrappy, charitable and free-spirited personality gives way after several years of marriage in the political arena to a mud-slinging, hateful, and paranoid matron. I had a hard time feeling sorry for her and her famous husband through their various hardships - most of them self-inflicted. They hated everyone. Eliza was an active participant in the American Revolution and the establishment of the Republic and was surrounded by famous figures in early American history. I thought this book would be a celebration of that. Instead, her contempt and dislike for most people around her kept me from thoroughly enjoying this book. I listened to it for our book club, but would not have stuck with it if not for that. If you want a riveting and interesting historical novel about a woman in the American Revolution and its aftermath, go somewhere else.

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