This book was an okay listen about someone chatting about his hike on large sections of the Appalachian trail. His style of writing is good. He sometimes whines about how organizations have no idea what they are doing with the trial and should be doing a better job.
Overall a thin story told well.
He brought the characters to life! I tried reading it and kept falling asleep, but the narrator brought a richness and depth of character that has made it a really enjoyable listen.
It was an enjoyable and very interesting listen. This book was made up of some interesting facts and observations regarding behaviors and cultural differences between countries.I think the book was missing a few conclusions or even bring some thoughts to an end. I felt the book opened up a whole lot of questions without really giving some kind of an answer.
I would have recommended to friends until the author went into great detail about German and their alleged feces fascination. Trying to make some logic about why Germans got into sub-prime...
I enjoyed the book, it was a good overall summary of Amazon since the start.
I was hoping for more insight and detail regarding the company.
The narrator was great... but I just couldn't get into this book. I just kept losing interest, I really persevered through 20 hours of listening because of the legendary Stephen King and I wanted to find out how it ended.
I ultimately gave up and deleted the book from my ipod. I think it was the extended descriptions of past happenings in the lives of all the characters, you basically listen to the life stories of multiple characters at multiple times in their lives and ultimately becomes very tedious.
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