I bought this audiobook a few years ago after reading the book, and the other narrator was good, but to hear it read by the author, takes the book to another level. You get to hear the story the way it was intended to be heard, straight from the authors heart and mouth.
The book itself can be simply life transforming if you're open minded enough to absorb the material.
This should be required reading in schools and for any liberal that think the government should be taking care of people from cradle to grave with entitlement programs.
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