Yes, Arlo's voice is expressive, and easily mistaken for Woody's.
Woody's ability to live among the rich, or live with nothing, and his drive to be true to himself.
It was very smooth, and expressive. There was no impression that he was reading you a book - he was simply telling you his story.
Yes, I started out listening in my truck, but didn't drive enough to finish it in one day, so listened to the rest of it while mowing my lawn.
The print version is probably better for most people as it would be easier to copy down references cited, and Bill Cooper's delivery is a little difficult.
The information on secret societies, the creation and spread of AIDS, and contact with UFOs are all fantastic - well documented, yet conflicting with common knowledge.
His reading of the book is a little rough, halting ...
You've been lied to.
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