The reader mispronounced all of the big words. It wasn't an issue of an accent, because he pronounced easy words correctly. Someone needed to go through and pronounce words for him before he recorded this. And he butchered important names. The author must not have any control over the finished product, because if he did, he would surely insist on a new recording.
Absolutely nothing. Not only did he mispronounce words, it was obvious in some areas, based on his inflection, that he didn't understand what he was reading. I had to stop listening. It was just too frustrating.
If I could get my money back for this audio book, I would.
This non-fiction book was engaging and informative. It is kind of dense, but once you get into it, there is so much great information about the brain and how it works. Neuroplasticity provides so many possibilities.
The reader does an excellent job.
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