Well, probably no, I won't. Mark Owen isn't that great writer. As he himself confesses in this book he doesn't have a great sense of humour and thus his writing feels really "dry". Holter Graham's narration is solid, but it is the weak plot or a lack of it thereof which makes listening rather boring.
No, I won't.
It is an autobiography, so there weren't that many characters. In general, I think that the narration was OK.
No, it didn't.
It is a combination of a tense, breath-taking plot and excellent performance of the narrator that makes me want to listen again and again. The story is highly dynamic, it captivates the listener and makes it really hard to pause the narrative just for a little while.
The reconciliation of the main character after his long-awaited vendetta.
Can't think of a better name.
Frankly speaking, I am stunned. I have read Tao Te Ching, but barely understood anything, and this book came as a key for me. It actually inspired me not only to reread the aforementioned work, but also the adventures of the Pooh.
Nothing comes to mind really - I haven't came across anything like this before.
The final scene. Brilliant and captivating. In a sense nothing could possibly make a better culmination for this spiritual journey.
Laughed at lots of places.
I'd like to see more audiobooks by Benjamin Hoff at audible.com. So far this is the only work available.
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