The 48 Laws of Power makes quite a lot of sense as told and understood by the author. Greene references 12th - 18th century figures to illustrate his points and he does it well.
I loved the content of the book. Specifically the fact that the feet are the most honest part of any human being. He goes on to explain why this is so, but it's very interesting to note.
Sure I'd be willing to take a listen if the subject matter was interesting enough.
It's read in a narrative. There are no characters.
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