I've always enjoyed reading this book myself and wasn't sure if I would enjoy the Audible version. I really enjoyed listening to the story told by Grover Gardner- his voice and tone was perfect this book.
I didn't really know what to expect from The Professor and the Madman, but I enjoyed reading the book. It was very interesting to hear the story as well as learn how the dictionary was created.
18 Minutes offered interesting ideas on how to get through the day, but the ideas cannot be applied to all jobs. Only those who have the choice of what work is assinged to them can really use the suggestions.
I enjoyed Bregman's enthusiasm for his book but had a hard time following at times. It was difficult to tell where one chapter ended and another began.
I liked that Dr. Chapman's theory makes sense and was easy to understand and follow. However, it became difficult to always follow the theory when there were too many side stories involved to get the point across.
Since this isnt a traditional story, there isnt really an "ending". Though, it was fun to figure out where I fit in to Dr. Chapman's theory.
Yes and no. As I mentioned, it was interesting, but there were so explanations of an idea that it became too long for some sections.
Worth listening too if you're looking to find out why you and a significant other seem to be "speaking different languages".
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