The book is so good, you hate it is interrupted by the annotation. The annotation added very little value to the story/book. It was like watching a good show and a commercial comes on.
Overall great book and easy listen. Will definitely apply the principals learned.
I wish I could return it to get my credit back, but audible won't let me.
The inane commentary by the editor is both distracting and insulting to the listener's intelligence.
We don't need to have it explained to us. Just let the book stand on it's own merits.
The female voice is grating and preachy. I am very disappointed. Perhaps with a different voice actor or in a different medium it would be great.
Without the constant interruptions from the editor, I would have enjoyed this audiobook. A simple foreword would've sufficed.
There ought to be a way to listen to the book, minus the commentary inserted by Ms. Lechter.
The editor, Sharon Lechter.
I wish I'd done my due diligence and read some of the reviews before purchasing this title from Audible. I'm surprised that anyone enjoyed this sort of delivery.
This book completely changed the way I see myself, my surrounding and the people I associate with. This self conflict book brings points that helped me further understand my flaws in the way I look at success and failure. It outlines two characters with two very different views of the world. One being the master manipulator and the other a strong willed character who's purpose is the force the devil character to confess his way of control in the minds of the "simpleminded". The book displays such a strong message that only one's with the necessity to control their owns minds should indulge in this wonderfully write book.
When the Devil broke down his main tricks he uses to control the minds of the "Drifters"
They brought the passion of the manuscript as if one was in the room of the meeting.
I suggest this book for any one who wishes to start the journey of business and wish to control their own minds.
Thought provoking, inspiring, I saw myself in his words. I have changed because of it.
Napoleon of course. He was concise, highly prepared, relentless, and always probing for the answer. I was amazed at the questions, and the answers from the
That I can change. I can stop being a drifter even if it is day by day, step by step. And thru these changes I can begin to live my life, with zest, direction and freedom. What a wonderful gift Napoleon has given us. This whole world needs the message of this book.
Only that I have recommended this book to at least 15 of my friends and my biggest wish is that they do the same and the message begins to spread. It is GOOD news and people need to know there is hope.
The narrators were superb. The voices were compelling, especially the Devil. Very very well done and something you could listen to time and time again. Give up that next Starbucks with cookie and just GET this book. It is a marvel.
It was read in a creative way, with different characters.
I liked him, interviewing his dark side.
It is not about the money. It is about how you want to use the money.
I liked that he used Samuel Insull as an example of how not to end up. I've heard that Orwell invented Citizen Kane as mixture of William Randolph Hearst and Samuel Insull.
I was recommended this book during a Seminar that I attended. It draws many ideas and subjects from Napoleon Hills master piece Think and Grow Rich (Currently Listening to that now).
I found the audio both entertaining as well as it excited me to begin to apply the information in my life.
The interview with the Devil is powerful and there is a few funny jabs.
I loved the book.
Intriguing and catching.
My IDEAL would be to have ONLY Napoleon Hills words the first time through and then start it over at the beginning including all the little add ins from Sharron.
Some of her comments were useful but the were interruptions, which is why I think it would be best to have the first time through as it was originally written.
I do believe this is one people should listen/read at least twice and the second time through the comments would be nice (some of them- others seems like they were attention seeking) as they give further history or cause you to think.