The story is told in a dry, linear fashion. There is very little 'story' and reads as though it is transcript from some string of interviews.
I guess if you really love accounting and finance this book could work for you.
The narration is the first thing that set me back. Tries to come off as a an old, seasoned cop, but sounds over done and labored.
Story is pretty dry with a couple of moments where it seemed like the author was trying to impress himself with little, pointless details.
I had time to burn during my drive so I listened to it but I should have went with my instincts within the firt 30 minutes and just deleted it.
I had high hopes for this but it was quite disappointing. I had expected some intrique instead it just seemed to plod along with no real highs or lows. I remember thinking I hope it would just end.
Installs in iTunes as 30 different titles. Each title has at least 3 sections you need to wait through or skip. Hard to navigate on your player. Fills up your listings. Listing can't be read easily on an iPod screen. Just a mess. Terribly disappointed. Now I have to figure out how to delete all the files it spread all over the place.
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