Picked up the audible book for this because it was free with the trial for audible book, and my reading could do with improvement so I was curious.
I knew that reading was important, it's that awareness that brought me to this book, but the me that looks back now understands, painfully, that at no point did I understand how to read a book.
The narrator was great. His pace and intonation really seemed on point and carried the meaning of the passage without fail (none that I noticed).
I wasn't playing around with the play back speed but the performances was great. I noticed a few, fraction of a second, pauses in the play back, but that was likely due to my device and didn't bother me enough to investigate it.
It might seem a little long winded in the middle but it's good information and the topic is worth it.
the audio book is very dull. its crammed with archaic language. as for the narrator, he needs to observe the commas, periods, and pauses
no, because it's too repetitive.
again repetitive, repetitive, repetitive.
No Character performance here but Mr Holland did a very good job reading
information though good and a bit interresting was again repetitive.
Shorter version would get the point across.
The author goes into overbearing detail and repeats points over and over. The information is useful, but it could be condensed into a format one quarter the size.
The author drones on and on about every minute detail related to every single aspect of reading a book. I couldn't finish it.
Seem to be a lot of repackaged common sense.
Support it with research
not unless I was looking for a reason to kill myself.
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