The book itself has a great deal of interesting information, but the narration was aggravating at first, and simply unlistenable by the time I had been subjected to it for an hour or so. This narrator is so narcissistically in love with his own voice, and preens so cloyingly, that I had to physically restrain myself from punching the CD player in my car. The guy seems to think that everyone bought this audiobook just to hear his preciously formed diction. The vainglorious presentation calls attention to itself so aggressively that the actual content is simply swamped by the vocal primping.
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