The content was well-written and heartfelt.
While the narrator did a commendable job, Geoffrey Canada has such a wonderful voice - I wish he would have read his own work.
Definitely. Dickey's story is moving and honest. He allows you to experience his joys and his darkest pain along with him. Each listen provides a different lesson.
The subtitle of the book is "My Quest for Truth, Authenticity and the Perfect Knuckleball" and his authenticity is commendable. He never glosses over things to paint himself in the best light, he puts it out there as a real experience in his life and illustrates how he's grown from it.
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