It was a very detailed and sensitive examination of a difficult subject.
Not if it was to be read by Lisa Renee Pitts.
There were countless examples of misplaced emphasis, and even misread/mispronounced words, making me wonder if the producer was asleep at the wheel. The reader's performance distracted from the content. Her tone kept changing from coldly clinical to overly bright, as if she were performing a radio commercial for a product called "A-D-D". She didn't seem very connected with the material for much of the time. If she had she would have made more sense of the sometimes difficult sentences.
Yes, because I find it easier if I listen to everything in one sitting. Like other reviewers here, it was sometimes quite painful having to hear it through the filter of the poor performance.
I would have to say that this is the worst performance of an audiobook I have ever heard. However, it must be admitted that such a book would not be easy to read aloud.
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