Miles Gone By: A Literary Autobiography

Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher: Blackstone Audiobooks

Date: June 2005

Duration: 18 hours 39 minutes

Summary:

In this autobiography, woven from personal pieces composed over the course of a celebrated writing life of more than fifty years, you'll meet William Buckley the boy, growing up in a family of ten children; Buckley the daring young political enfant terrible, Buckley the founder of the modern conservative movement; Buckley the husband and father; Buckley the spy and novelist of spies; and Buckley the bon vivant. You'll also meet Buckley's friends: Ronald Reagan, Henry Kissinger, and many others.

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  • Anonymous

    One last opportunity to hear the man in his own voice. What a great and privileged life, only surpassed by his own intellect. He embarrasses our current political elites!

  • Anonymous

    The material is very interesting, but Mr. Buckley's delivery is terrible. He drops his voice at the end of many sentences and is difficult to hear. In traffic it is difficult to constantly be turning the volume up and down. He tends to drone on. A good delivery would have made this a pleasant experience. Unfortunately, it was so tiring to listen to that we sent it back after only about a third of the way through. It would be better to just read the book yourself.

  • Anonymous

    Fantastic review. Brings back fond memories of great reading.

  • Martha Daniel

    An Extraordinary story of an Extraordinary man who has lived an Extraordinary Life. I loved this book. It was an inspiration and a joy to hear his voice. Mr. Buckley is a national treasure.

Miles Gone By: A Literary Autobiography

by William F. Buckley, Jr.

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Miles Gone By: A Literary Autobiography, William F. Buckley, Jr.