Maybe. I liked the information, but had a tough time listening to the narrator's voice. It was grating.
I would have a different narrator. His voice is tough to take in head phones.
No. Mostly, just OK.
This is pretty standard law of attraction fare. Not bad, just common now. I realize this is an older book, but most of the techniques can be found in even older books.
Overall, this was one of the dullest "thrillers" I have ever endured. There were no thrills.
Doubtful. If this is an example of the author's idea of a thriller, no I would not listen to anything by this author again.
I have no favorite scenes from this book.
I would have returned it to the author and ask that he actually add something interesting. Some action perhaps.
George Guidall was the only reason I could listen to this audio book. He was excellent, as always. Unfortunately, the material was painfully dull.
If it had been anything other than rehashing basic self-help, law of attraction techniques that every other "self help guru" tries to peddle. Just listen to Napoleon HIll's "Think and Grow Rich." That is the source all of these marketers get their content. And Craig Beck even gives the bare minimum. Just a total waste of time and money. I will never bother with anything by this author again and would strongly discourage any audible listeners from wasting their money (or credits) and an hour and a half of their time on this garbage.
Nothing by Craig Beck...ever.
He could have hired a professional narrator, but then he would have lost some of his profits.
Well, all I had to do was delete it. There was nothing to throw away. So, I guess there's that.
Never waste your time or money on anything by this author. He is churning out rehashed self-help content and doing a poor job at it to boot. This was one of the biggest wastes of time and money I've ever encountered on Audible. And, yes, I'm a long time listener.
No. It's mostly just opinions by someone who doesn't like the view of 60's culture.
Yes. I expected the "politically incorrect" part to be non-biased facts.
If he was going for an opinionated curmudgeon, he nailed it.
It was on sale.
If you're looking for fact based political incorrectness - and I was - skip this series. Over all, it was just not that good.
I lost my home in Lakeview to Katrina and the federal, state, and local bureaucrats. This abridged version of The Great Deluge is a good introduction for anyone interested in a clear picture of what happened before and after Katrina. The unabridged text offers a much more complete description as it contains supporting references. My one big complaint about the audio version: it would have been nice if they had hired a narrator who bothered to study local pronunciations. That probably only matters to a local.
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