Unlike 99% of the audio books out there, Vinnie (the author himself) actually reads the book and sometimes goes off the script and inserts rants and thoughts. I have already read the book, which was awesome for its content, but the audio book brings my reading to a whole new level. I also enjoyed the last section with Dean Lorey, co-writer on what went into writing the book.
I would compare it to a mix between Finding Ultra by Rich Roll and Kitchen Confidential, but much better
I love his true southern Louisiana accent in addition to his occasional off text rants.
It made me feel every emotion from inspired to laughter to tears.
A must buy!
I enjoyed the book but it was not as "deep" intellectually or stimulating as some of Follet's other works like Eye of the Needle, Pillars of the Earth, or On the Wings of Eagles. A little bit too much sex and not enough history for my liking. However, I did enjoy the narrator and the plot overall and am looking forward to finishing it when Book 2 comes out.
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