Whoever engineered, produced and edited this audiobook should ponder of a career change. There are at least 4 sentences that get repeated. I used to record audio books. So I know that it is good practice to have the reader pick up a sentence or two before they left off, to create an effect of continuous flow. But you need to make note where you did this, so you can go back and remove any sentences that are read more than once.
On top of that, there are two places where sentence OVERLAP! That's right. The same reader, reading two difference sentences at the same time.
The icing on the cake is the audio quality. It sounds like an MP3 re-converted over and over. Different chapters are at different volumes. The sibilance of the voice is piercing.
The company that released this book might want to hire a proof-listener?
With an exception for the reader, fire everyone involved. Re-record this book with a professional producer in a professional studio.
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