I had high hopes for this, I did enjoy it, but not as much as I had wished for. Some of my favorite parts were his stories. It is basically a taped oral presentation, so there were times when you got "left out" not being able to see what he was doing. As I only paid 10.00 for it, it was worth it. Maybe a dyer fan would like it better, although if you are a fan, you may have heard all of this. I did not get the impression he was covering any new ground.
I did enjoy this book, although it is a little dry. It started out very autobiographical, then got scholerly, I expected the conclusion to return to the autobiographical theme and let the reader know what the authors take on the "misquotes" especially concerning his own faith... the path of which he shares in the beginning. However it did not return to the authors impressions. I was interested in the grist of the book, and for that it is a good read, although if this is really information you are interested in it may be better in a printed version, so as to go back and take notes etc. I had a lot of difficulty in rewinding, but that may just be getting used to my ipod. I would recomend having a bible handy.
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