Marc Cashman's elocution was perfect.
The Audible books I enjoy are at least partially due to the performance drawing me in, making me feel like I am welcomed into the warmth of the content (regardless of how boring the content may be). I felt like this particular reading was the human equivalent of an automated reading machine, my apologies to Mr. Cashman.
I have previously read similar material from Dr. Amen and it is primarily clinical in nature. I still enjoy it because I feel I can take away some useful information.
The readers did fine.
I didn't realize that the "Art of War" was a mere 10% of this book. Is this a book that people rave over and do not actually read? The book was approximately 90% analysis. -- I wanted to enjoy this book, I could not.
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