The book is well organized, insightful, and entertaining. The book was performed poorly overall, so my time would have been better spent reading it.
His voice is clear, and his pronunciation is good.
Absolutely not. He reads without emotion, as if he is in front of a 3rd grade social science class. He does not understand, or care about the material he is reading. He seems to apply random inflection to words which he's too distracted to bother to read.
The story is worth it. But I'd recommend buying the non-audio version of the book.
This book is good on all fronts, except for when it comes to narration (which is about half the battle when it comes to audiobooks). I recommend the non-audio version of this book. The author narrates it himself. The recording quality and clarity is acceptable, but the inflection and delivery is so off it's painful to listen to after five minutes.
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