The story might actually be good, but the irritating nasal twang and repetitive speech patterns of the narrator only left me thinking how much better it would be in the hands of someone like George Guidall.
George Guidall !!!
All of them, because of the narration.
I would pull out three hours of the author's self-congratulatory case studies, and coach him a little on how to read his own writing.
I think he was perfect for this book -- moderately professional.
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