I would recommend this audiobook to any cook, particularly anyone who often cooks without recipes because the information provided is useful across recipes.
This was science, not comedy, but the lessons were occasionally seasoned with a dash of wit which was so perfectly delivered I had to laugh out loud.
Yes, but instead I took the time between chapters to assimilate what I had learned. I definitely learned a lot from each chapter.
I will definitely be looking for this narrator in future selections.
The setting and characters were well portrayed and complex. Listening to the story during my commute was difficult as the plot skipped back and forth over time in various locations. The occasional repetition of phrases was annoying on tape. Probably effective in print.
I would recommend this book to anyone funding Scientology
I found overemphasis of many words to be unnatural and somewhat annoying.
A follow-up book would be helpful if a solution is found for the organization's separation of families.
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