My only problem with this performance is that the narrator, Jeffrey Cummings, made Marguerite Argeneau sound like a middle-aged mother. She may be 700 years old; however, the Nanos keep her at an optimal thirty or so. This includes her voice.
After listening to three chapters, I downloaded the kindle book and read it.
I would buy a book by Bob Mayer. I would never buy another book narrated by Martin Gollery!
His his narration was delivered in absolute monotone; I was unable to discern any modulation in his voice at all.
The concepts outlined the book are great. However, the narrator is abysmal; his vocal appeal is nonexistent. This narrator's voice is reminiscent of a computer generated replication of the human voice. So how do I know the concepts presented in the book are great? I purchased the Kindle version so I could read it. Buy the book and skip this audio version.
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