This is very difficult to listen to. I can understand the emphasis on coming from the ghetto, but there is no need for the constant abusive language.
The personal honesty and pride is refreshing, but I would not recommend this.
A better read about someone pulling themselves up would be Humble Pie.
I just can't have that kind of foul language continuously in my ears. Why are so many books turning to this when there is a world of words just waiting to be enjoyed.
This was my first book from Audible and it was horrible. Maybe if the author had not been reading the book and a professional narrator read it, it might have been a little more engaging. I found it almost impossible to listen to and I couldn't finish the book. Don't bother.
My wife was inspired by one of his lecture, so I thought I would listen to his book. The author was very passionate about cooking. However the first part of the book he didn't show much remorse for what he did, it almost seemed like he was bragging.
Less thug talk more English language.
If the story was written better
Not scenes just changed how it was written
With all the f-bombs and raw language the author can off as uneducated. I stopped listening half way through. Me and my friend who are cooks still laugh about this book. Its a joke.