You might like this if you're more familiar with the era. Coming into this I knew nothing about Malcolm except for what I'd heard, and I guess I was expecting more. I didn't really find Malcolm to be an interesting guy at all based on how he was presented in this book.
The book just seemed to be filled with boring minutia about Malcolm instead of what made people so enthralled with him, which is what I was more interested.
Even though I didn't like the book the Narrator was pretty good and I would listen to him again.
It's pretty well written. I love the style of weaving stories into the research. I find it helps the material stay with you better.
If you can find a way to consistently apply the process outlined in the first half of this book your life might be completely different this time next year.
For a habit to be truly ingrained your brain must learn to crave the rewards associated with it.
The book lost a star because the 2nd half isn't as strong as the first, but I still highly reccomend you pick this up.
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