This is an outstanding history of philosophy. The writing is beautiful, even moving, and the narrator marvelous.
This book should be offered as a psychological study of the power and peril of being in a relationship with a narcissist. This is the kind of book that turns kids off to reading.
Berry is a national treasure and a genius with words, and his short stories are particularly suited for audio. The narrator has a voice as smooth as the finest Kentucky whiskey and as varied as a mocking bird. It is impossible to overrate this book.
While this story is certainly an American classic, the narrator drove me crazy. It made me so nuts, I couldn't get through the first part.
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