It ranks at the top 3.
It works effectively as a precursor or a follow up to the The China Study by T. Collin Campbell.
Robbins brings more inflection and passion to his written words.
This book can and has changed lives for the better. There is so much going on in the food industry that the average person is not aware of. Robbins doesn't throw out glittering generalites. In the printed book, he presents his information and backs it with scientific findings from an exhaustive number of footnotes. This is important to note since you don't realize this just from the audio book alone. The information is solid and thankfully he is helping to heal the planet, one reader at a time.
The story line was fine and quite enchanting. The problem I had was with the recording of the narrator's voice. She did a fine job, however the whole thing sounded as though it was recorded off of a poorly connected cell phone.
The best part was that this information was a good refresher for Cayce fans as well as a good primer for those just getting to know about his work.
Soothing, emotive, well-intoned
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