Even though this book was written in 1938, the principles it helps bring light to are just as relevant today as they were back then.
Using the three different voices (one for the editor, one for Napoleon Hill and one for the devil) kept me engaged, and it was hard to turn it off.
Up to this point, the best audiobook I've ever read, both from a content and a performance standpoint.
I love the way the author read and wrote about his culture and how that fits even our culture today (this is culture literacy). Despite the setting of an imaginary interview with the devil which might seem controversial for some, ideas shared in this book are worth exploring further in one's life.
Everything about this book is ,in my opinion, solid and definite. Once you endelve into this type of material. there is no such thing as excuses in
life. Read this book with an open mind and I assure you if you were ready for it you will know and receive it.