Yes. This speaks so boldly to many of the challenges artists face and provides a kick in the pants to push past them.
The part where I got kicked in the pants...oh wait, that was pretty much the whole book.
He does a fine job. I'm not sure what he added, but more important to me is that he didn't distract from Pressfield's writing.
To be professional, you have to think and act like a professional.
Low in the top 30th percentile - content would be top 10% but the recording is almost unbearable.
I think she did a fine job although as an American, her accent makes her harder to understand. However it is truly the poor recording quality that makes this a problem. I'm an audio engineer myself, so these things irritate me greatly. If this was properly processed with eq and compression especially, it would be a MUCH more enjoyable listen probably 4 star)! Also, there is background noise like voices in the adjacent room. This is also distracting. I also think that the narrator's use of French and German accents are superfluous.
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