Say something about yourself!
This is an important book for everyone to read. We are lucky to have it in audible form.
Great story told from his personal experience. Frankl leaves you with a new perspective on how to handle life's many hardships. I found it fascinating that he learned to find meaning and a will to live in the mist of hell on earth.
Yes. The narration is superb and helps Frankl's story come alive.
None. There is no comparison. This is a singular text.
Tight-rope Walking Across the Existential Void
I haven't felt empty since reading and listening to this book.
The author's, because he lived what he wrote.
On my top ten most important books list.
The stories of Frankl's time in concentration camps are very moving and compelling. The second part of the book that includes a discussion of his theories about psychology were less interesting to me. However, Simon Vance is the best male narrator in the business. I'd gladly listen to him read legal contracts...and enjoy it.
I love a good lonnnnng listen. The wheel of time and Dark tower type of long.
Yes, we need to be reminded once in a while how far from nature and the truth we can stray.
The clear proof that Man does not need God to survive to most evil of tortures.
The reader was somber and believable regarding the content.
A very moving account by the creator of logotherapy, Frankl's experiences will stay with the listener long after the reading ends.
This is a fascinating account of how Viktor Frankl's experience in the concentration camp fueled his thinking about human happiness, coping, and what makes life worthwhile. Classic.