Lutz, FL United States | Member Since 2013
I have not heard the narrator before but I think she did a fine job with awful subject material.
This is an insulting book of introvert sterotypes. I consider myself an introvert and usually test far into the introvert spectrum on personality types. This book was a list of introvert 'qualities' and very weak examples of why that makes them better than extroverts. I would recommend any other book on networking over this one.
I don't know how the content was, I couldn't get past the narration and quit after one chapter.
The narrator pronounces the "l" sound as a "w" ie, technology becomes technowogy. This is particularly unfortunate for this reading as one of the main themes is about income inequality (or inequawity). This may not bother some listeners but I couldn't get past it to enjoy the content of the book.
Craig Ferguson does a great job of honestly connecting with the reader. He is open, warm, and funny. I liken him to Rob Lowe as a memoir writer.
The hilarious tales of the hijinks he got himself into, usually followed by deep introspection. I appreciated that he did not try to gloss over past mistakes and that he was able to have a very positive outlook on some really awful situations.
Great book for a long run or a long commute; be warned, you won't want to put it down!
This was entertaining. Good for a commute as you can easily pause and pick it up again. Well read.
The narrators do a great job of bringing the book to life and giving each character a voice. Loial the Ogier is my favorite. Well written and well read book, great for a long road trip. I like to listen to books while I clean but this one was so engrossing I often found my self just sitting, absorbed in the story.
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