Personally I found listening to Stephen's delivery extremely difficult. That said, the book itself is very informative and worth buying in print form if not audio.
Like so many books of this ilk the concepts covered are generic with very few examples.
Bottom line? Talks the talk, but hasn't got the legs to walk.
No. As an audio book it suffers from poor narration and a total lack of inflection making it slightly less captivating than listening to child reading from the New York telephone directory. Perhaps they should have had Tommy Davis narrate it?
L. Ron Hubbard. Why? Because he first published what was to become the basis for Scientology back in 1950. Back then it was little more than a treatise he entitled "Dianetics" but it was to become much more than that. Love him, loathe him, flimflammer or modern day prophet L. Ron Hubbard was certainly not your average man.
His lack of inflection. That said, the book was "clearly" not writen for the spoken word.
How to generate recurring revenue.
This book provides a "clear" insight into not only the birth of Scientology, but the life of the man who started it all. It's well written, mostly unbiased and an example of how truth can sometimes be stranger than fiction.
A well produced audiobook that brings the KJV bible truly to life. However it has one HUGE problem. There is no way to navigate around the recording. No book, chapter or verse info. All you get is a bunch of audio files.
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