Yes, but to read, not to listen. Very informative about types and causes for many kinds of hallucinations.
I liked Oliver Sacks personal experiences with his own drug experimentation. This was common in the 60's but it still amazes me at the massive drug dosages he achieved.
I will probably never willingly listen to Dan Woren read again. I liked the author's reading of his own work very much.
This would be unlikely to ever make a movie, unless it were some sort of documentary.
The reader, Dan Woren, was very distracting. His attempt at accents for the quoted passages was laughable. He singsonged his way through many of the quotes. I can excuse his mispronunciation of occasional medical terms, but not his apparent attempts to set off the quotes with his strange styles of the quotes readings. Every time it came to another quote, I found myself sighing and saying "oh no, not again!"
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