Fine book with a vital message. Narration was stiff sounding more like an initial read through then the finished product. Mr. Conley's voice lacked warmth sounding almost mechanical; with a detectable hiss in the background. This coupled with the unmistakable sound of him breathing especially during chapter one, forced me to strain in concentrating on the words to block out the myriad distractions. Chapter one also ends strangely in mid-sentence, followed by an extended pause that prompted me to check if my iPod had stopped working, and then "chapter two".
If you enjoy Myles Munroe buy the book instead. I wish Myles had read the book himself. His messages which are also available on Audible, are captivating and instructive.
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