Voice for Benjamin at different life stages was a positive aspect for the listener.
It was a strangely cute short story.
Good to hear author reading literary work.
Clear and succinct orator.
Rather brief, thought I had gotten the unabridged version but apparently did not.
Era of story that depicted the early oil boom and industry dynamics in California.
Details illuminated the power, money and control that motivate and dominate politics.
I did not plan to listen in one sitting but it held a high level of interest and looked forward to the next time I was able to listen.
Beneficial information within this book.
Performance was acceptable.
No extreme reaction. It was an informative type content not a novel.
The Jungle rates very high on my list of audio books that I have listened to.
All of the characters were well done.
George Guidall performed well.
Many points were moving due to the era and content of the story that illuminated persistent toil and struggle for those who were virtually invisible within society.
Enjoyable listening experience.
John McDonough was a good narrator.
No, this was not a book I planned to listen to in one sitting.
Timeless societal relevance.
A few character voices sounded to similar.
Certainly was moving and captivating for this listener.
A classic that comes to life with audio performance.
Helpful tips that are reasonable and doable for the ADDer.
Overall this was a good book that contained quality information but narrator mispronunciations are grating.
Yes, it is comprehensive and digestible information on ADD that will certainly benefit on a 2nd listen.
Balanced and informative. Provided concrete examples and situations which allowed listener to identify with and connect to information and relationship with ADD.
An excellent book which I have already recommended to several people.
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