A different narrator familiar enough with the subject matter to pronounce things correctly (see comments below)
The subject matter was very good throughout.
No way. Especially not if there are any foreign or hard to pronounce words involved!
Nothing. The subject matter is very good.
This book has very good subject matter, but this is more than offset by narration that is rife with mispronunciations. Tracy Hundley's voice is pleasant enough, but what a mess she makes attempting to pronounce important names and words. As a few examples, if you are familiar with the subject and know Thich Nhat Hanh and Milarepa you could probably sort this all out.... but if you are new to the topic, good luck researching "Tittnahon" and "Meal-a-rape-a" which is the way their names are pronounced in the audiobook. The audio is chock full of these vocal aberrations. I would highly recommend that the publisher re-do this audiobook with a narrator that can correctly pronounce the words it contains. It is a shame that such a good book has been ruined by a bad narrator.
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