I'd be skeptical in doing so. I don't feel there was much for surprising information introduced here.
David and Goliath by Malcolm Gladwell.
Disappointment. Claims of fees raised through self-improvement courses is no surprise to anyone who's passed a facility/org, the only tale of interest was the stalking of the IRS for tax exemption.
Cults and churches attract people in need of something and the rise in those identifying with spirituality goes to show that people are seeing through this.
Yes, it brings to light some important information supported in a number of other related books about practice, training and time dedication to obtain a skill. It's also not overly long allowing for a quick listen without lost attention.
Nothing in particular.
Harness the ignition and immediately correcting the error in during practice before moving on.
Good book. Recommended.
How many of the background stories of the great contributors to the subject help explain their motivation and seeing how many years later society has adapted them for use.
The delivery made it personal. You could understand and relate to the subjects.
No, I don't think I have.
No, a lot of information for a single sitting. It was great how it was broken up. It made a subject or two ideal for commuting and eager to continue on the next trip. Like a good meal, something to savor in each bite.
Worth listening to again.
Yes, I would try another book by the author or one narrated by Walter Dixon.
Made it sound less like a history text book.
I would recommend this to anyone with a love for Hip Hop or an interest in understanding it. It's the ROOTS for the Hip Hop Generation.
Hard to pin-point a most memorable moment. It's like picking a favourite child.
I haven't finished this anthology yet. But it is packed full of great stories that call upon sparks to engage conversations.
Certainly laughed. Brings a little personality out in those society puts on pedestals.
A must read! This should be show cased. It connects the dots of so much of what is happening now in fashion (New York's Eddie Plein as the godfather of the grill) to the rise of Harvard's Obama and the connection to the Source magazine. Thank you for creating an audible version of this book, it without question will put some flava in ya ear. Well written, researched, and delivered.
I would change the Non-Fiction genre to Fiction. It didn't seem like it was informational, instructional or much useful to apply data. Seemed like a story being told
He earned his third star for being an exotic voice. So if there were something of a different nature I'd not rule it out.
Hello "my name is" Simon and the things I draw-er come true. (Nostalgic chalk character)
If I was Tony in the psychopaths hospital setting. I might even wear a fancy jacket.
Glad it was a quick listen.
It's length. It was long. If I didn't know better, I'd have said Miles was reading it.
Good insight by the author in explaining the position of the book being written with the constant expletives. The way Miles spoke. It did seem extreme and not a book I could recommend to a lot of audiences.
At this length, I'd have never picked up the book. That's why i choose Audible.
Perhaps a little more of the inspiration behind specific albums and songs.
Disappointed that he grew up in the time and place he did that left him feeling the way he did about being profiled as he implied and his impression/generalization of many of us without oppressive instincts. All this North of the Mason/Dixon line.
Yes, I insulated my garage and commuted to this one. Commuting behind the wheel is frowned upon with a book in hand.
It's based on one character, this question may be better for fiction.
I liked it and have not listened to any of his other performances that I'm aware of.
Raced through this, didn't need to take notes, think too hard etc.. Sat back and enjoyed start to finish.
He was ashmatic and a bit of a player.
Shorten it. it was a very long story.
Some of the adventures of obtaining the information required to put this book together.
This was a project and it'll make the movies seem so brief.
Absolutely recommend it. It provides the direct to the point FAQ's of all the things you wanted to know or needed to know but didn't have time to ask. Question, Answer and reasonable example. A cheat sheet for success.
There really isn't a character in this format.
Again, no scene in this.
It's a book of tag lines.
These questions don't apply to this book.
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