I've purchased over 100 audio-books since joining Audible.com back in 2005 and this book ranks in the 80%. I recommend this book.
Most of the books I listen to entertain me while I'm driving so I take the audio-books in doses just as I do the podcasts I download and listen to. Rarely am I afforded the opportunity to listen to a book from beginning to end while driving.
This is a well written book and a good story told well. I enjoyed the book and recommend it. I don't agree with the authors conclusions but that does not take away from the quality of the writing or the quality of the story telling.
Great writing. The author is very creative and gets high marks for originality.
Difficult to compare as I don't listen to much fiction.
Mr. Daniel's did a wonderful job with the characters.
I listen to books while driving.
If you are in the mood for something light, fun and funny I highly recommend this book.
This is the best essay I've ever listen to. This essay is in the top five of all the material I've downloaded from Audible.com.
Well done to all...
How well Mr. Harris defends is hypothesis.
There is no acceptable circumstance requiring anyone to tell a lie. None!
This is an important piece of literary excellence. I believe this material should be required reading for kids in grade school, junior high, high school and college. This essay should be discussed at the dinner table of every family having kids. Every time a child reads this essay they should be required to write a paper defending the merits.
It is time for the human race to take a step forward on the topic of honesty and integrity. If kids cannot learn about honesty and integrity at home then the education system needs to expose the necessity of these virtues to the youth of our nation.
I have recommended this book to many people and this book has been the topic for many great conversations at the dinner table, at dinner parties and in my classrooms as I'm a former adjunct faculty member at a couple different colleges. Well done Mr. Gladwell
I found the data and how it was presented to be extremely motivational.
I've listened to this book three or four times.
I would not listen to the book again but after listening to it I went to Netflix and ordered the movie. I'm currently waiting for the arrival for the DVD.
I felt profound frustration in the hospital's staff failing to respond to Mr. Schiller's request for law enforcement to be notified but I understand it. I was in a horrific motorcycle accident that left me disabled. My forth night in the hospital I awoke with amnesia and under the impression I was a POW being tortured to death. I tried to escape from the hospital that was taking excellent care of me. Because of this I understand patients having experienced severe trauma are not always thinking in their right mind.
Mr. Schiller is a great protagonist
Don't give up
I recommend this book and look forward to watching the movie
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