Although the topic is really very fascinating and so interesting it kept referring to slides or photos that due to the fact that it's an Audio book you have no way of seeing. I think these were very important to the whole presentation not just what was being said but also what was being shown. In this particular case I would have preferred a book where I can at least look at photos to reference what's being said. Also because this was recorded from a conference, I presume, there are parts that are inaudible as when Jason Martell answers questions. All you hear are just that- the answers but not what was asked. So you miss a lot and leaves a lot to our own interpretation and speculation as to what exactly were the questions.
The facts presented and the topic itself. It's fascinating as I said before.
There was nothing wrong with either of them to my understanding. It was only what I mention above no pictorials and poor audio.
I would have somehow added either links to view the photos or figured out another way to show what they were referring to.
No, at this time I will check out a couple more audio books and if I find that these problems are recurring unfortunately I will have to cancel. I really enjoy the concept of audio books and in theory it's great to be able to listen to a book while being able to drive or do something else, but so far my experience with it has not been as good as I expected for the reasons I mention above and the background music on the other review I explained.
I've been going through several books on India's history, and this stands out as a fresh slice of this history. It's great to hear the voices of India's recent past.