Yes. Interested in Elton John and his charitible interests.
This is the only audiobook of his of which I am aware.
To hear Elton John reading his own book emphasized the passion for which he has for continuing to bring awareness and finding a cure to AIDS.
The audio quality of this book is terrible. It is very tinny in quality. Sometime difficult to listen to.
No characters, per se.
The information in this book is EXCELLENT. It's a shame that the audio quality of the recording is so poor.
Craig Wasson's narration of the book added so much to the experience of "reading" the book. I can't imagine what it would've been like without this major contribution to the book.
As I said above...Craig Wasson's narration of the book added so much to the experience of "reading" the book. I can't imagine what it would've been like without this major contribution to the book. His incredible acting talent and creation of voices for each of the characters only added more depth to the book than if I had been reading it.
If only the length of the book were possible to do in one sitting. There were so many times that I had to just continue listening to it from having it plugged into my car and then plugging headphones in to continue listening to it at home. I was even tempted to try to listen to it at work!
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