Having bought the book, I couldn't wait for the audio version. CC is an engaging and entertaining speaker, and his enthusiasm really comes through in the audio version.
For some reason, the chapter about Ducks really struck a chord with me. Often times, being a duck, I am considered either complacent or uncaring - CC felt like he was talking about ME, saying it's ok not to "sweat the small stuff." Plus, hearing him quack through my car stereo was priceless.
CC is always an engaging speaker, so this version of his book definitely didn't let me down. I've heard a lot of "boring" books that are supposed to be uplifting and inspirational - but CC is different - you can feel the energy and honesty through his words.
I could have picked up the audio version for free as part of my audible subscription in only a few days. BUT, I just couldn't wait and popped on it. I was not disappointed. It is a great listen in the car as you are getting motivated to start your day.
First, let me thank Jonathan for bringing the erroneous chapter to our attention. The bad audio chapter has been corrected. Those who have downloaded it can delete it and re-download to get the fixed version. For those new listeners, I hope you find the story as interesting as I did when I started to discover more about The Philadelphia Experiment, Big Foot, and Mothman. I have given it a rather neutral rating since I am a bit biased. I hope you enjoy.
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