Thanks to Linda's recommendations earlier this year, my dh listened to Paul Johnson's Churchill on audiobook during his commute, and I read Sir Gilbert's one volume Churchill. I was interested in Churchill's life after finding his WWII set at a library sale.
Christie, you're right, I have a different Never Give In book. Oops...sorry.
Five years ago, I purchased a few book lots of Landmarks from ebay averaging $2 a book. I have nearly ninety Landmarks and a dozen Signature Classics. My two favorites are Thirty Seconds over Tokyo and The Story of Edith Cavell (Signature Classic: heroic WWI nurse). When I visited my sister in FL (panhandle) a couple years ago, I was amazed to discover that her little local library had shelves of children's classics and most of the Landmark books. There may be advantages to libraries that have smaller budgets. All of my Landmarks are exlibrary books.