Anyone who is interested in learning a little more about the basic fundamentals of cookig will enjoy this book.
The story was interesting, however the narrator's performance was dreadful. He spoke in a complete monotone.
The descriptions of the curriculum and the preparation that goes into a restaurant meal was very interesting.
The narration was dull. The narrator seemed to be doing a cold reading of the text. There were awkward pauses (probably poor editing) and it was next to impossible to determine which character was supposed to be speaking.
Not really, I was just interested in the subject and thought it would be a good "read".
I wasn't sure what to think about this book. The voices of the various characters didn't match my mental image of them and so, became somewhat distracting. In the end, the story just didn't hold my attention so I didn't finish it.
I enjoyed this man's account of his time in the US Marine Corps. If you are a reader who expects all veterans to praise the military and the US government this book is not for you. It is a realistic account of one man's experience and his impressions of the military and Operation Desert Storm.
My only complaint is that I think the publisher should have hired a professional actor or narrator to read the book. Aside from that this is a very good book.
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