The content of this book is nice enough, but the voice of the narrator is a bit annoying. He ends every sentence in a weird tone of voice, and it gets on your nerve sometimes.
Also, since this is a collaboratory work by two writers, I dont think it is defined clearly enough which of the two writers is presenting their perspective at specific times in the book. It might have been better to have two narrators so you could distinct between the writers.
The two authors might just as well have read the book themselves, I dont think their reading style could be much worse than the narrator chosen for this book.
Although this is in no way a typical self help book (the author states early on that this is an anti- self help book), it describes well what skills end personality traits it takes to aquire lots of money.
Even if the book is definatley useful, I find it even more entertaining. The excellent narrator is a perfect fit for this style of book, and the tone reminds me a bit of Monty Python and Hitchikers guide to the Galaxy. So if you like those books, and are interested in learning from a man who actually has made himself a great fortune, go ahead and read it! Recommended!
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