This is somewhat of a generic biography, I was hoping for more. Possibly because it's an abridged version. I wanted more connection between the prophet's life and revelations. None-the-less I did learn new things and found it worth listening to.
There are many undisputed historical facts given here, but there are also many distortions and absence of quite relevant and embarsssing facts about Mohammad left out. One will walk away with a view of Mohammad that will be unlike how he really was. I suggest a book written by an unapologetic that gives references to sources telling you what he really said and did. There are many out there. Read what Mohammad said in his own words and what his peers said about him. I don't recommend this book if your looking to learn the truth about Mohammad.