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Primary Colors

A Novel of Politics

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Narrator Lloyd James
Length 14 hours 46 minutes
Language English
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Primary Colors has its rich rewards as a savvy insider’s look at life on the stump. But it travels far beyond mere gossip and exposé to discover a convincing world of its own, peopled by smart cookies, nutcases, and wheeler-dealers, whose public and private lives illuminate each other—sometimes by casting dark shadows. This story spans the novelistic spectrum from bedroom farce to high moral drama, and it paints a picture of the political state of the nation so vivid and authentic that one finds in it the deepest kind of truth—the kind of truth that only fiction can tell.

The anonymous author of A Woman in Berlin was a young woman at the time of the fall of Berlin. She was a journalist and editor during and after the war.

Sean Pratt has been narrating since 1996 and has recorded over six hundred books. He is an AudioFile Earphones Award winner and has been a finalist for the prestigious Audie Award. His critically acclaimed performances include Elvis in the Morning by William F. Buckley Jr. and Searching for Bobby Fischer by Fred Waitzkin.

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Reviews

“An exceptional novel…a deftly drawn, wonderfully knowing portrait of our national bloodsport—politics.”

Primary Colors is an odd book. But maybe the oddest thing about it is how good it is.”

“The circumstances behind this crackling, highly perceptive study of a presidential campaign that remarkably resembles Bill Clinton’s are bizarre…[Primary Colors] stands as a definitive political novel for these uneasy times…Throughout the book, the attention to physical and emotional detail in the draining political process, the sparkling intelligence and—through the use of Henry as hero—the unusual empathy with which a range of African Americans are portrayed suggest a very considerable new novelist.”

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