This book does not have any of the information that the title would imply. It's a complete hoax! I'll never trust Kevin Trudeau again.
My name is Will and books come out of my headphones.
This is actually a really good audiobook. It's the fictional story of some moron's quest to prove that the FDA actually wants to kill you through withholding natural cures and magic heart attack-preventing machines.
Seriously, this is the most paranoid, bogus bunch of anti-science, anti-math, anti-reason dribble I've ever listened to. He lists facts upon facts upon facts and backs them up with None % sources or citations.
His main point is to think for yourself.....and then segues right into lists the do's and don'ts about what to eat, what not to eat, where you should get your water, when to go to sleep - and any kind of opposition to this is quieted with "shhhh I'm an author and I've hung out with millionaires, I know what I'm talking about just be quiet and do what I say."
The actual narration is terrible. He stutters; he straight up stops reading the book and goes off into separate tangents and irrelevant rants; you can even hear him flipping through the book's pages.
Poorly produced, poorly narrated - just terrible in every aspect. 5 stars!
Yes. Ever medical doctor should hear and get this information. Patients. See why you are just a customer.
Connection with my own personal experiences, he explained why I am the cure. Everyone has something that will be cured by nature.
You can hear his passion for helping people and the information shared lets you hear it.
A specific wake up call to ALL parents playing babysitter. The time is NOW!
No. Though I agree with the theory (there's no money in the cure) this book is nothing but a repetitve rant. As Trudeau stutters through the portions he reads, you can be sure you're not really getting the book as much as his interjections. Surely an editor would have pointed out all the repetition... Color me bored to tears...
No... Just Trudeau.
You couldn't pay me to....
The explanation is valid, but I don't need it spelled out repeatedly for 7 hours...
Wish there was such a thing as refunds ... this book bites.
I'd be happy to listen to another in this genre and review it, but I'm 5 hours into this one, having skipped ahead a a few chapters once or twice, and I've had enough.
He is a fraud and con man
None. Why won't the evaluation program allow me to post this?
Kevin Trudeau seems to have skimped out on a large part of high school as his grammar and vocabulary are embarrassingly limited. I've titled this review 'ADD' for Attention Deficit Disorder as Trudeau seems to have no issue with continuing his dialogue (diatribe?) in spite of the most awful verbal gaffs. The book also gets painfully repetitious to the extent that after listening dutifully for 90 percent or so I lost interest and gave up on Kevin's intense repetition of earlier chapters (perhaps he'd forgotten).
For all that, a range of subject matter is brought together for consideration if you haven't heard it before (and after this listen you'll probably not want to hear it again). For this reason, I gave it the second star.
This book is definitely one better read than listened-to which would then permit you to read a lot faster and not have to suffer Trudeau's audible opining.
Kevin: top tip if your ego can wear it - get someone else to narrate the next book.
The information in this book is probably true. The book would be half as long if Kevin did not continually repeat himself. Some facts were also screwed up, such as his claim to never have had a serious health issue in his life. He stated in the first chapter that he had a heart valve problem and was cured by a natural rememdy. Also he referred to the movie Fast Food Nation by Morgan Spurlock which actually is called Super Size Me. Get your facts straight Kevin and have somebody else write and record your books!! or fire your editor!!
Got this book because a friend urged me to. Before you buy this book please research its author on google. It's full of conspiracy theories, ridiculous-sounding claims of cures, and it's badly written. If you have a medical condition please go see a real doctor.