Very informative and interesting but gets off topic a bit towards the middle of the book when it becomes a short history of Oliver Sacks early drug experiences. Over all this book is worth a listen.. Its only real downfall is the narration. Why Dan Woren felt the need to give accents to each quote, one will never know. Why, no matter what nationality, every accent performed sounds like Ricardo Montalbán is even more of a mystery.
Nothing but a broken MP3 player could have made this a better listening experience. This is 25% history which was ok and 75% how to be a liar and over all bad person. If teaching yourself how to stroke your ego while stepping on and hurting everyone as you go is your goal, this book is perfect!
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