If we want to succeed as a species, we must learn how to overcome our past. Sam Harris explains in a rational matter the first steps towards that necessary goal.
Important ideas; shining a light on the dark corner of our tolerance towards intolerance.
I would probably had preferred Sam as narrator.
It might have been better if it were more focused on contemporary issues, rather than the depth of the chapter on meditation, which merits its own book (that also actually exists, written by Sam Harris, which I recommend).
Anyone who enjoys a bad narrator.
Does not do justice to the author's compelling ideas. Painful to listen to.
The book as a piece of literature is amazing. The narration is what prevents me from enjoying or finishing it.
One week after I purchased this book, the author decided to release his own narration of it for free on his podcast. His motivation was the overwhelmingly awful feedback he's been getting about the quality of the audiobook. So, this purchase was a frustrating waste!
started off great and never let up throughout the entirety of the book. if I could give it more stars I would.any intellectual thinker should at the least find this book intriguing.