Not much more to say than the title.
But the sound quality for the book almost makes it impossible to follow. if you turn up the volume the background noise/other people talking is unbearable. Turn the volume down and you can barely hear her voice. Now I might sound a little dramatic, but as far I remember it was the worst audio books iv'e listened to. And thats saying something cause I hate reading school assigned books, so I go the lazy way and listen. Anyway, if I had a choice to do it again, I wouldn't. But if you're like me and absolutely hate reading force read books. I'd pay the extra money and get a CD, most of the time those are good quality. Anytime you download a Audio file from the internet you take a risk for the quality.
Audible, is not necessarily responsible for the poor sound quality of the book, so i'm not berating Audible.com, (as a matter of fact everything went very smoothly with the transaction and so forth), that would be like saying Wal-Mart is a bad grocery store because you didn't like the taste of one of their products.
Now the book its self is amazing. I just swallowed the pain of reading, and read the book, very great book. At times I couldn't put it down.
Turns out I said a lot more than the title. Hope this review helps
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