This is a professional reader with a beautiful sounding voice but utterly out of sync with the material he's presenting, making the content of the book sound banal and trivial. He would sound more at home on an ad selling washing powder or pharmaceuticals. A good reader must inhabit the content as though they were the author themselves otherwise, like in this audiobook, the content comes off as sounding non-believable, which is a shame because this is indeed worthy content. This is a book touching topics of a spiritual and emotional nature, deeply personal subjects but sadly none of this comes forth in the presentation.A appropriate reader must fit the tone of the book they're presenting. This book may have some depth, but who would know? It's not given a chance to shine. I suggest buying a copy of the paperback.
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