Absolutely! I kept giggling as the author's delivery was just excellent.
His biting wit coupled with common-sense logic.
If the author was a 'bit' more humble. He spends the first five (yes FIVE) chapters forcing you to listen to 'endorsements' of his sales prowess. Really? Another back-slapping huckster flaunting his work ethic.
No! I love books that help me improve. This, however, is not one of them.
He has SEVERAL UN-edited errors in his reading. More of an indication of poor production but still distracting.
I love sales books. Especially those that are helpful and can help me get better. Unfortunately, this is not one of them. I'm not saying I know what all; but there is nothing in this book new or revolutionary.
People who obsess over gory imagery. It was a great idea for a setting, etc - just started to roll my eyes at the CONSTANT over-detail of the gore.
More narration than individual characters. Corey Brill did a fine job.
I had 35 minutes left in this book and I was not going to finish it (I did). It just became so monotonous with the vivid gore imagery that it became eye-rolling white noise.
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