Yes, Corolla delivers an excellent performance (always love when authors narrate their own books). This book is a nice length (6 hours) and feels like a lengthly one of Corolla's podcasts. He reads the book, gets passionate about the topic, and starts ranting a bit outside of the actual text.
Since Corolla is reading his own book, he gets to add in whatever he wants as he's reading. He'll laugh, sigh, yell, and really add emotion to what he's reading.
This book is perfect for one sitting or as many shorter sittings as you'd like.
Corolla gets a little preachy and off topic in some chapters, but overall he delivers an excellent performance and makes me wish he'd actually run for president.
This is the first Audiobook I have come across where the narrator makes many mistakes. I have listened to over three dozen audiobooks and I have never heard a narrator make one mistake before. In this audiobook they do not edit out the mistakes. Instead the narrator says sorry and apologizes and coughs and makes other distracting noises throughout.
This is my favorite audiobook to date. I absolutely love the Steve Jobs bio done by Isaacson and I thought the narrator did a fantastic job bringing the story to life.
I was rivetted by this book from start to finish. This is a must read/listen for anyone who wants to understand the global financial crisis that occured in 2008/2009 and the impending crises that will come in the near future. The financial outlook for every country is bleak and it is important for every well educated citizen to understand this.
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