Yes, if I thought they could handle the terrible narration.
It was OK. I'm just not crazy about the story approach. Seems a little bogus, as if the message is, "See, this guy followed the book's advice and look at how successful he was." Just give me the information and let me decide. Or if it's going to be a story, make it something that actually happened.
Anybody. ANYBODY! My gramma?
Joel Lefferrt was good with one of these story books.
Yes, but I couldn't handle the narrator.
Please make more of an effort to in choosing a narrator. I cannot believe the publisher would have accepted this guy if they had given him an interview. (Unless he's maybe the boss's son in law.)
Not if they are narrating it. They're just awful.
No idea, but someone who is a professional reader.
The book is far too repetitious, but that would be bearable were it not for the sophomoric reading skills of those two guys. They seem to be in love with their delivery, and they seem to think they have to put great emotion into words that speak just fine for themselves.
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