The narrator reads a bit too fast for my taste. And while the first writing wasn't all that interesting to me, the writings after that about submarines, landmines, biological warfare, etc... were.
It gives you phone numbers to call, checklist questions and financial equations to apply to your situation. It covers things throughly, but doesn't seem to cover everything that it could. While it wasn't as insightful and helpful as I had hoped, I don't feel it was a waste of money.
The first reader's voice is somewhat dry, while the second reader's voice is more tolerable.
An interesting blend of number history, provoking examples and detailed explanations.
My only problem is with his voice. It's not bad, just something about it that I don't care for. Kind of sounds like a really smart Speak-N-Spell toy :\
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