Is it just me or does the narrator's mock-cheerful voice make this audiobook hard to listen to right from the get-go? The way he swaggers through a description of rape and trauma in his compassionless Kasey Kasem voice took me out of the book completely. I really wanted this to be good. I did. But I don't feel the narrator does the author justice at ALL. Please consider that my review is based on the insincere impression the narrator has left on me and the fact that his voice rendered me unable to actually access the content of Bandler's work. I just wish I'd bought the actual book instead because I'm sure it's really very good.
I love the content of this book and I love the way Lipton narrated it himself in his friendly, conversational tone. I will listen to this audiobook many times over. My only regret is that it isn't longer!
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