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For more than half a century, Americans have been captivated by the Kennedys - their joy and heartbreak, tragedy and triumph, the dark side and the remarkable achievements. In this ambitious and sweeping account, Taraborelli continues the family chronicle begun with his bestselling Jackie, Ethel, Joan and provides a behind-the-scenes look at the years "after Camelot." He d For more than half a century, Americans have been captivated by the Kennedys - their joy and heartbreak, tragedy and triumph, the dark side and the remarkable achievements. In this ambitious and sweeping account, Taraborelli continues the family chronicle begun with his bestselling Jackie, Ethel, Joan and provides a behind-the-scenes look at the years "after Camelot." He describes the challenges Bobby's children faced as they grew into adulthood; Eunice and Sargent Shriver's remarkable philanthropic work; the emotional turmoil Jackie faced after JFK's murder and the complexities of her eventual marriage to Aristotle Onassis; the the sudden death of JFK JR; and the stoicism and grace of his sister Caroline. He also brings into clear focus the complex and intriguing story of Edward "Teddy" and shows how he influenced the sensibilities of the next generation and challenged them to uphold the Kennedy name. Based on extensive research, including hundreds of exclusive interviews, After Camelot captures the wealth, glamour, and fortitude for which the Kennedys are so well known. With this book, J. Randy Taraborrelli takes readers on an epic journey as he unfolds the ongoing saga of the nation's most famous-and controversial-family.


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For more than half a century, Americans have been captivated by the Kennedys - their joy and heartbreak, tragedy and triumph, the dark side and the remarkable achievements. In this ambitious and sweeping account, Taraborelli continues the family chronicle begun with his bestselling Jackie, Ethel, Joan and provides a behind-the-scenes look at the years "after Camelot." He d For more than half a century, Americans have been captivated by the Kennedys - their joy and heartbreak, tragedy and triumph, the dark side and the remarkable achievements. In this ambitious and sweeping account, Taraborelli continues the family chronicle begun with his bestselling Jackie, Ethel, Joan and provides a behind-the-scenes look at the years "after Camelot." He describes the challenges Bobby's children faced as they grew into adulthood; Eunice and Sargent Shriver's remarkable philanthropic work; the emotional turmoil Jackie faced after JFK's murder and the complexities of her eventual marriage to Aristotle Onassis; the the sudden death of JFK JR; and the stoicism and grace of his sister Caroline. He also brings into clear focus the complex and intriguing story of Edward "Teddy" and shows how he influenced the sensibilities of the next generation and challenged them to uphold the Kennedy name. Based on extensive research, including hundreds of exclusive interviews, After Camelot captures the wealth, glamour, and fortitude for which the Kennedys are so well known. With this book, J. Randy Taraborrelli takes readers on an epic journey as he unfolds the ongoing saga of the nation's most famous-and controversial-family.

30 review for After Camelot: A Personal History of the Kennedy Family--1968 to the Present

  1. 4 out of 5

    Erin

    The Kennedys After Camelot is extensively researched and despite its page count a rather fast read. This book mostly focuses on The Kennedy sisters their spouses and the third generation. I liked reading about the less famous Kennedys like Sargent Shriver and William Kennedy Smith. The chapters about JFK Jr were just heartbreaking. I'm looking forward to watching the miniseries based off this book. I would recommend this book to people interested in The Kennedy family and people who liked reading The Kennedys After Camelot is extensively researched and despite its page count a rather fast read. This book mostly focuses on The Kennedy sisters their spouses and the third generation. I liked reading about the less famous Kennedys like Sargent Shriver and William Kennedy Smith. The chapters about JFK Jr were just heartbreaking. I'm looking forward to watching the miniseries based off this book. I would recommend this book to people interested in The Kennedy family and people who liked reading epic family dramas.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Allie Smith

    This was a good book. It isn’t specifically about Jack, Jackie or Bobby, all of whom have been explored - at length - in other biographies. This book focuses on the whole family: Joe, Rose and all of the second generation siblings and their spouses, as well as those of the third generation, who’ve made the headlines after 1968. Love them or hate them, there’s plenty of material in this book to add to your emotions about the Kennedy’s. The biographer has had personal interaction with some family m This was a good book. It isn’t specifically about Jack, Jackie or Bobby, all of whom have been explored - at length - in other biographies. This book focuses on the whole family: Joe, Rose and all of the second generation siblings and their spouses, as well as those of the third generation, who’ve made the headlines after 1968. Love them or hate them, there’s plenty of material in this book to add to your emotions about the Kennedy’s. The biographer has had personal interaction with some family members over the years and obviously has a great deal of respect for his subject matter. Yet, he does not sugarcoat the facts. There’s a lot of dirt here – lots of details about the many scandals the family has endured. However, if you’re a Kennedy follower, there aren’t a lot of new, big revelations. But having all the details in one book gives the reader a better sense of the family, as well as the historical and emotional context of the events. Be prepared for the solemnly tone in the second part of the book, however, as the second generation passes on. The resounding theme throughout the book is the much trumpeted opinion that there’s a “Kennedy Curse,” which is hard to argue, given the family’s history. However the author brings up two interesting points of view that put a spin on this perspective (although he does not contradict it). One is the Greek belief that hubris, of which the Kennedys have often been accused, often leads to tragedy. The second, as quoted by Sargent Shriver, is that if there is a curse, “So be it.” The Kennedy’s have benefited from hard work, tremendous luck and good fortune and if they’ve had to endure a curse to experience all that…”so be it.” The author concludes with his speculation that the great days of Camelot are over. The death knoll of the fairy tale started with the tragic death of JFK Jr., and then with the passing of Ted Kennedy, the eternal flame of Camelot was all but extinguished. It’s hard to argue his point – although this was published before Taylor Swift showed up on the scene, so who knows what the future may bring…ha, ha.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Lisa of Hopewell

    Kennedy "manse"??? I thought that was the home of a priest or pastor given by the church. Apparently it also means the Kennedy mansION in Palm Beech, FL. Kennedy and "humble" in the same sentence?? This is my current audio pick. I've read tons of Kennedy stuff---the worshipful 60s stuff, the sleazy 70s-80s stuff and now, it "so long" since the assassinations we're finally to respectful, but not hiding much. I suppose that's good. I do think it's interesting that seemingly every-other-sentence is t Kennedy "manse"??? I thought that was the home of a priest or pastor given by the church. Apparently it also means the Kennedy mansION in Palm Beech, FL. Kennedy and "humble" in the same sentence?? This is my current audio pick. I've read tons of Kennedy stuff---the worshipful 60s stuff, the sleazy 70s-80s stuff and now, it "so long" since the assassinations we're finally to respectful, but not hiding much. I suppose that's good. I do think it's interesting that seemingly every-other-sentence is that they were "devout Catholics." True, and true too that being devout doesn't make anyone perfect or "better", but "still"...the Kennedy MEN?? Really? Truly horrific what they went thru with killing of JFK an RFK but the rest is 100% related to CHOICES. I give Jackie and Ethel a pass on some parenting--I cannot fathom living thru having my husband's brains splattered everywhere. And, all they could get was booze or valium to "help." But the 3 oldest RFK boys and Chris Lawford should have been sent to reform school--not prep school. And Chris Lawford wrote a whole book bragging about it all. I DO admire the "vision" that JFK and RFK put forward for our country--so much so that I am a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer. And, in spite of his glaring flaws (too numerous to name here) I do admire Ted Kennedy's work for universal health care. But I do not idolize the family in any way. They are human and should be seen as such.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jolene

    This book was a disappointment to me. I checked it out, thinking it would be solid history. But it felt more like reading a gossip magazine. Not my cup of tea.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Lynda Kelly

    "Don't let it be forgot that for one brief shining moment there was Camelot"......I know America never forgot and although JFK was before my time I've alway been so enamoured by him and all his family....and their whole lives, loves, deaths.......a truly fascinating family. Some of the saddest scenes in this volume were the ones about the loss of JFK, Junior, America's prince. That was just so appallingly shocking at the time.....I found it just unbelievable it could happen. So tragic....it was s "Don't let it be forgot that for one brief shining moment there was Camelot"......I know America never forgot and although JFK was before my time I've alway been so enamoured by him and all his family....and their whole lives, loves, deaths.......a truly fascinating family. Some of the saddest scenes in this volume were the ones about the loss of JFK, Junior, America's prince. That was just so appallingly shocking at the time.....I found it just unbelievable it could happen. So tragic....it was shocking to me too that all three were cremated just 8 hours after they were located with only a couple of cousins at the crematorium itself. An odd thing to have done, I thought. I've read volumes on the Kennedys for years and yet there were still some things I hadn't known-such as Ethel's quite sweet relationship with Andy Williams and also how close her and Teddy turned out to be as well. Also Jackie keeping in touch with Lady Bird Johnson till her death. Pat came across as a pretty terrible mother and I'd had no idea just how many of the 3rd generation ended up hooked on booze or dabbling with drugs !! Some of them came across as entitled beyond belief as well !! I was staggered to read of Ted Kennedy Junior attempting to annul his wedding to wife Sheila after having had kids and Ted Senior managing to do the same as well !! That is utterly outrageous they're permitted to do this. It was good to see Rosemary featured a great deal as she's always quite forgotten as is Kathleen as well, really, although for differing reasons. One passage featuring her and Eunice had me sobbing...and I'd not realised that Mary Jo Kopechne may have lived if Ted hadn't panicked and not reported the accident promptly. That was horrible to read about. I spotted a couple of errors-1968 was written as I968 bizarrely and terra-cotta had that hyphen thrown in as did Vir-ginia, then he kept mentioning that the members of the family were staunch Roman Catholics which didn't bear repeating as often as he did and he repeatedly he used the word reductive throughout which got annoying then used was when it should've been were a couple of times, also. He also shockingly spells Sydney Lawford as Sidney near the end of the book !! I almost knocked a star off for this transgression. However, it really is so comprehensively and well written I couldn't. These aren't many mistakes at all for a book of this length. I cannot imagine the research that went into it. Many years ago I also read Jackie, Ethel and Joan and that is another to recommend to nay Kennedy buffs, too.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Patrizia

    For complex psychological reasons that need not concern us here, I am a complete Kennedy 'ho. But I like to read about Kennedy scandal. The recent Mary Kennedy sucide mit attendant loutish Kennedy husband (Really He hooked up with that no talent beyatch from that over-rated, supremely Not Funny HBO supposed-to-be comedy? What a piker) was like a big trough of mud in which I piggishly rolled and luxuriated. So this is actually a disappointing book. It's just so clean. I want scandal with my Kenned For complex psychological reasons that need not concern us here, I am a complete Kennedy 'ho. But I like to read about Kennedy scandal. The recent Mary Kennedy sucide mit attendant loutish Kennedy husband (Really He hooked up with that no talent beyatch from that over-rated, supremely Not Funny HBO supposed-to-be comedy? What a piker) was like a big trough of mud in which I piggishly rolled and luxuriated. So this is actually a disappointing book. It's just so clean. I want scandal with my Kennedys. I want to know that Joe Sr. was a mean-spirited, greedy, skinny-lipped guy that God punished by making him sit in a wheelchair with a Foley catheter for 15 years listening to his ancient ball-and-chain Rose drone on about how it was impossible to get good Irish help anymore. I want to read about how the Eumenides led by Mary Jo Kopechne can-canned around the bloated Teddy Kennedy's deathbed. I's the House of Atreus aspects of the Kennedy Family that really enthrall me. So enough with the hagiography. Give me more mud!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Emi Bevacqua

    This was a truly awesome account of the Kennedy clan from 1968 to present, well written and properly annotated with accredited sources cited throughout. Taraborrelli gives a sympathetic yet honest view of each branch of the Kennedys (including Shrivers, Smiths, Lawfords, Skakels, and Radziwills), presenting their achievements, struggles and even scandals artfully and tastefully. After having read the tainted and self-spotlighting crud spewed by lesser writers (like Ed Klein, Carole Radziwill, Mi This was a truly awesome account of the Kennedy clan from 1968 to present, well written and properly annotated with accredited sources cited throughout. Taraborrelli gives a sympathetic yet honest view of each branch of the Kennedys (including Shrivers, Smiths, Lawfords, Skakels, and Radziwills), presenting their achievements, struggles and even scandals artfully and tastefully. After having read the tainted and self-spotlighting crud spewed by lesser writers (like Ed Klein, Carole Radziwill, Michael Bergin) After Camelot comes across as inspiring and enlightening, and never vulgar.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Corban Ford

    "After Camelot" was a well written, captivating, and insightful look at the saga of the Kennedy family after the tragic loss of Bobby in 1968 to the present day. Equal parts thorough and well-researched, it is properly annotated with a massive background of sources and additional content. J Randy Taraborrelli also keeps the book surprisingly objective throughout, a daunting task when delving into such complex characters as Ted Kennedy, John Jr., and many others over the almost four decades cover "After Camelot" was a well written, captivating, and insightful look at the saga of the Kennedy family after the tragic loss of Bobby in 1968 to the present day. Equal parts thorough and well-researched, it is properly annotated with a massive background of sources and additional content. J Randy Taraborrelli also keeps the book surprisingly objective throughout, a daunting task when delving into such complex characters as Ted Kennedy, John Jr., and many others over the almost four decades covered. Don't be scared away by it's rather imposing size; the book is a surprisingly quick read, and an enjoyable one at that.

  9. 4 out of 5

    ElaineY

    REVIEW OF AUDIOBOOK; MARCH 6, 2020 Narrator: Robert Petkoff Not being American and Kennedy's assassination being back when I was a kid, I was interested to learn more about this famous family, not just Jack himself. This book gave me an intimate look into the entire Kennedy clan post Jack's assassination. I found it easy to lose myself in the tale and was glad it did not include politics as this wasn't what I was looking for. REVIEW OF AUDIOBOOK; MARCH 6, 2020 Narrator: Robert Petkoff Not being American and Kennedy's assassination being back when I was a kid, I was interested to learn more about this famous family, not just Jack himself. This book gave me an intimate look into the entire Kennedy clan post Jack's assassination. I found it easy to lose myself in the tale and was glad it did not include politics as this wasn't what I was looking for.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Dale Stonehouse

    For those into all things Kennedy this is a pretty objective account, albeit not as interesting as a single book on JFK Jr. can be. All the 3rd-generation family members are updated here and all the tragedies post-1968 detailed. Can there be too many Kennedy books? As long as there is anything new to report, I guess not.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Laura Daly

    Millons of words have been written about the Kennedys and the life they lived after the death of JFK and RFK and this is the area this book focuses on. The lives of the Kennedys Ethal widow of RFK, Jackie widow of JFK, Joan wife of Teddy, as well as the Kennedy sisters and their familes. The first thing I should say is the J. Randy Taraborrelli comes across as a huge fan of the Kennedys. The book is well written and tells a story which anyone who is intrested in the family would want to read. Fo Millons of words have been written about the Kennedys and the life they lived after the death of JFK and RFK and this is the area this book focuses on. The lives of the Kennedys Ethal widow of RFK, Jackie widow of JFK, Joan wife of Teddy, as well as the Kennedy sisters and their familes. The first thing I should say is the J. Randy Taraborrelli comes across as a huge fan of the Kennedys. The book is well written and tells a story which anyone who is intrested in the family would want to read. For me personally the heros of this book are Eunice and Sergent Shiver, remakable people who did remakable things. Teddy Kennedy does not come out of this too well in parts but then again his behaviour in parts after the death of his brothers was not always good. The book tells the story of the life and marriage of Jackie Kennedy to Ari Onaissis and her rasing of JFK jr and Caroline. The troubles of caused by the children of Ethal Kennedy and to be honest Ethal Kennedy does not come out of it too well. For me she never allowed her children to deal with the murder of RFK and comes across as a poor Mother and a bit of a bully. It also tells the story of Pat Kennedy Lawford and her family, Jean Kennedy Smith and hers and the famous rape trial. What I got out of the book was that the Kennedys have done good but have also ruined lives, by being daredevils their own and others. Pam Kelly will never walk again because Joe Kennedy Jr turned a jeep over aged 20, Lauren and Caroline Bassett died with JFK Jr in a plane and we all know about Teddy and Mary Jo. It also tells the story of David Kennedy who lost his life to drugs and to be honest I think the Kennedys failed him badly. Good book well researched.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Katherine Allen

    I really enjoyed reading this book over my vacation. Before I go into depth about what I think of this book, I would like to tell you what it is about. This novel is about the Kennedy family. It gives a look into all the families deaths, drama, lifestyles and personal lives, while educating about the tragedies that were such a big part about of their lives and ours. But it specifically talks about the period after JFK's death. That's why the title is After Camelot, This biography is very well wr I really enjoyed reading this book over my vacation. Before I go into depth about what I think of this book, I would like to tell you what it is about. This novel is about the Kennedy family. It gives a look into all the families deaths, drama, lifestyles and personal lives, while educating about the tragedies that were such a big part about of their lives and ours. But it specifically talks about the period after JFK's death. That's why the title is After Camelot, This biography is very well written and captivating. I like the style of the sections through a persons view, and it kept me interested. Picking this book was a little risky, because the book is targeted towards adults and has some language that is confusing at some times. I would rate this book a 4/5 because sometimes the complexity of some words made it hard to follow along, but only at come points. If you choose to put this on your reading list, you're in for a treat.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Denise Rearden

    I found the book interesting initially, but I think it is very drawn out. It is quite disjointed at times, going backwards and forwards. It tells us a lot about the Kennedys and how the males had a sense of entitlement. They had to win at everything...what a way to bring up children! I found the Shrivers story uplifting as I didn't know how they were so involved with the Special Olympics. That to me is one of the greatest achievements of a Kennedy when numerous other members of the family were t I found the book interesting initially, but I think it is very drawn out. It is quite disjointed at times, going backwards and forwards. It tells us a lot about the Kennedys and how the males had a sense of entitlement. They had to win at everything...what a way to bring up children! I found the Shrivers story uplifting as I didn't know how they were so involved with the Special Olympics. That to me is one of the greatest achievements of a Kennedy when numerous other members of the family were taking advantage of others and using their name to get out of trouble. The Kennedys lack of respect for Sargent Shriver was incredible as his achievements were far greater than most Kennedys. He related some their lives very well e.g Ted Kennedy and the death of Mary Jo at Chappaquiddick. It is incredible how some of the family still thought he should be President! The book is worth reading for information on the Kennedys but could be a bit shorter.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Emily

    This book was long but I did really enjoy it. Those who are interesting in learning about the entire family will enjoy this. There are so many people and it’s hard to keep them straight but for the most part this goes in chronological order and ends around 2009. I’m really glad that I listened to the book written about Joan, Ethel and Jackie before this because it gave me a lot of background insight about them before I started this one. This one focused on everyone but wasn’t as detailed about e This book was long but I did really enjoy it. Those who are interesting in learning about the entire family will enjoy this. There are so many people and it’s hard to keep them straight but for the most part this goes in chronological order and ends around 2009. I’m really glad that I listened to the book written about Joan, Ethel and Jackie before this because it gave me a lot of background insight about them before I started this one. This one focused on everyone but wasn’t as detailed about each individual person as that book was about those three women. I’ve enjoyed learning about them and have liked how this author tells the stories. I know their lives were interesting but this writing makes you feel like you’re listening to stories rather than dry biographies or history books. Definitely recommended for those that are interested in learning about important historical figures.

  15. 5 out of 5

    MonyKanchna Kunvuth

    It’s either the author is just enchanted by the Kennedys or he’s just a PR guy for the family. He’s like a proud father who always manages to make excuses for the children’s bad behaviors. When shedding positive lights on the family, he’s like a love-sick puppy trying to dramatize the myth-or-legend-or-whatever. When confronting bad situations, he tends to make it sound like they did something terrible but maybe it’s just a rumor and look at how much they have achieved or given to society. *gag* It’s either the author is just enchanted by the Kennedys or he’s just a PR guy for the family. He’s like a proud father who always manages to make excuses for the children’s bad behaviors. When shedding positive lights on the family, he’s like a love-sick puppy trying to dramatize the myth-or-legend-or-whatever. When confronting bad situations, he tends to make it sound like they did something terrible but maybe it’s just a rumor and look at how much they have achieved or given to society. *gag* And man! Most of the information written in this book are identical to his other book The Kennedy Heirs. Do you just write books using very similar info just to cash in, J. Randy Taraborrelli?

  16. 5 out of 5

    Sue Gabianelli-danneker

    I thought this book to be well written as some biographies aren't. I did stumble on the back and forth transitions in time and would have appreciated a more progressive timeline. It was presented by person which was neat even though the people at the end had shorter descriptions of their lives- maybe because they are still living them. AN update to the book is much needed to keep it current and real. It's an incredibly long book which does repeat certain points several times.- most likely to tie I thought this book to be well written as some biographies aren't. I did stumble on the back and forth transitions in time and would have appreciated a more progressive timeline. It was presented by person which was neat even though the people at the end had shorter descriptions of their lives- maybe because they are still living them. AN update to the book is much needed to keep it current and real. It's an incredibly long book which does repeat certain points several times.- most likely to tie in those people and their timelines.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Victoria

    Fantastic read, full of details and insights that most of the public wouldn't know. I found myself sharing fun facts and tidbits with family and friends. I wish Canada had an unofficially royal family like the Kennedys, it all seems so glamorous and drama filled, but they didn't do it to sell a reality TV show, it was just their lives. I will definitely be reading other biographies from this historic author, he hits the nail on the head and heart. Fantastic read, full of details and insights that most of the public wouldn't know. I found myself sharing fun facts and tidbits with family and friends. I wish Canada had an unofficially royal family like the Kennedys, it all seems so glamorous and drama filled, but they didn't do it to sell a reality TV show, it was just their lives. I will definitely be reading other biographies from this historic author, he hits the nail on the head and heart.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Nancy Prins

    Excellent synopsis of the entire Kennedy family from Rose and Joe to the current 4th generation.This book doesn't sugar coat any of the Kennedy "scandals", but also makes the reader feel empathy for the family as they attempt to navigate their lives in a very public forum. Highly recommended for anyone who wants to understand the Kennedy family and their motivations more clearly. Excellent synopsis of the entire Kennedy family from Rose and Joe to the current 4th generation.This book doesn't sugar coat any of the Kennedy "scandals", but also makes the reader feel empathy for the family as they attempt to navigate their lives in a very public forum. Highly recommended for anyone who wants to understand the Kennedy family and their motivations more clearly.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Wendy

    It is a well written book telling everything that you would want to know about the Kennedy family. While the book is full of accomplishments of this family, there is much tragedy in the family. So it is quite sad--especially since I grew up during the time of the assassination. At one point in reading the book, I felt rather overwhelmed by the sadness of it.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Kat

    I have a love hate relationship with Taraborrelli's writing, I think a lot of it *assumes* too much which can be irritating. In saying that, I will read anything on the Kennedys so I enjoyed it in that sense, didn't learn much but it's always interesting. Book was published in 2011 so could do with a new edition, chronicling Joe Kennedy III and the recent deaths. I have a love hate relationship with Taraborrelli's writing, I think a lot of it *assumes* too much which can be irritating. In saying that, I will read anything on the Kennedys so I enjoyed it in that sense, didn't learn much but it's always interesting. Book was published in 2011 so could do with a new edition, chronicling Joe Kennedy III and the recent deaths.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Matthew

    It does have kind of a gossipy feel to it, but it's a pretty interesting read and I think more than anything, you come away from this book with a feeling about the various relationships (often complicated) between members of the Kennedy family. It does have kind of a gossipy feel to it, but it's a pretty interesting read and I think more than anything, you come away from this book with a feeling about the various relationships (often complicated) between members of the Kennedy family.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Pat

    Found this is be a fascinating book.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Jim Blessing

    This was an easy to read book about the saga of the Kennedys since 1968. Nothing in great depth, but it covers a lot of territory.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Sharon

    I listened to this book on audible.com. It was totally awesome. What a family. Truly driven...all of them.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Michael D

    This is material that has all been covered before. The book is well written, detailed, and holds the reader’s interest though, and is a worthwhile read.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Val

    A really good “gossipy” read for anyone interested in the Kennedy dynasty

  27. 4 out of 5

    Adrian

    What a bunch of assholes.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Chris

    I really enjoyed this book to follow the various Kennedy family children and grandchildren all in one book.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Jackie

    The book was a great Kennedy story- about all not just a few - it was very long but a there was a lot to tell. The author did a great job telling their stories.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Sheilah Bray

    After Camelot Remembering …those days, if you were alive to experience the Kennedy Presidency, and the tragedies later, so much hope…for us

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