I would recommend this book. It is fast paced and moves along very well. I found it to be informative and provided a lot of insight into many details I did not know about the Lincoln assination. It is well researched and presented in an interesting format. The reader is easy to listen to and adds to the experience. If you like nonfiction, this book will provide you with background on one of the most important parts of American history.
I maintain an above-average workout routine. And don't need a lot of coaching to make me realize the importance of maintaining a healthy lifestyle. The narration in the book is a bit too dramatic for me. The "real life" examples the author uses are questionable. Get up tommorrow and commit to a 60-minute cardiovascular workout 5 times a week. Ride a bike 20 miles every other day, and start to lift weights. Use the money you would have spent on this book towards a heart monitor, and spare yourself of this book. On the other side, if your idea of a workout is a trip to the fridge to get another beer for the pizza you're eating then YOU NEED HELP. Buy this book. It will help you change your life.
I enjoyed every minute of this book from start to finish. It offers an interesting perspective into Google on both a business and personal side. I've used Google many times without ever giving any consideration into the origin of the website, how it operates or it's long range business plan. This book offers a unique insight into the personal and business sides of it's founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page. And provides many interesting behind the scenes details, that hold your interest throughout the entire book. This was my 4th Audible book, and was my best so far.
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