I was looking for something short that I had previously read. This was a great introductory audiobook.
This has been top two of the performances heard so far.
For the fun of it after listened to the book in its entirety, I went to Sparknotes and took a test on the material to see what I had retained. It was effective for someone with ADD.
I will recommend this book to every person I know and many I will meet.
I learned a great many things about my situation and the oulets to help me cope and grow a s aperson.
Whisper-sync does not seem to work. Also, the only problem with this recording is that the chapters are improperly titled. For someone with ADD this is almost a deal breaker. It forced me to listen to the entire book as opposed to jumping around to areas I need first.
The chapters are untitled and it is up to the listener to figure out which is which. This production is weak and jumbled.
This did nothing to help me study, sleep or concentrate. I reccomend specific Podcasts over this collection of noises.
This is an important book. The narrator Scott Brick uses different voices for characters. Some of the weaker characters come off overly irritating and the female voices are too breathy. This makes for a difficult listen in some instances.
Pick up the pace and drop the whining voices.
The whisper-sync does not seem to be working.
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