I actually liked his first book. There was a lot of good information in there. This one, however, was filled with bad pick up lines and teasers that I doubt go over very successfully. That's all... Just 2 hours of bad one and 2-liners. Save your money and go for something else. You aren't missing much.
This is the best narration of any audiobook I've heard thus far. Each character was given its own voice and personality so distinct that it almost doesn't need the 'said Rourke' or 'Doimique explained'. Great pacing also. Well done!
I wasn't too excited to start the book but the stories turned it around.
I don't usually like whem authors narrate their own books, but in this case, it was the audiobooks greatest attribute. You could hear the pain im his voice when he told the story of his father's passing away. It wasnt just another bullet point to get through. He was clearly choked up. That type of genuine emotion infused throughout, is what carries an already interesting autobiography into the realms of greatness.
This book was okay, but he information seemed a little disjointed. The Magic of Believing by the same author, os a much better book. I assumed TNT would be a summary or condensed version of The Magic of Believing, because the author refers to TNT as being the inspiration for 'The Magic'. TNT has some of the same information, but its not presented as clearly as in The Magic of believing.
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