I appreciate this book . I also own the hardcopy, but prefer the spoken word in this case, also because it is narrated by a person whose first language is English. The information is extremey worthwile, and I enjoy reading the book in addition to listening the audio version. I highly recomend this title; I find it the best of all his books.
I'm a fan of all of Scott's works, and this was his last audiorecording. It was recorded when he was already ill and didn't have the energy to record this book all by himself. That's why he had someone else speak about half of this recording. Since I like Scott's way of presenting his own work, I thought this was a pity. Still, this is a very worthwile listen for anyone, and certainly not to be missed by the fans of Scott Peck.
I've listened to 90 min. of this title, and can already say that it's going to be one of my favorite listens so far.
The story and Alaska's scenery are wonderfully worded, and all is beautifully narrated.
Keep you posted!
Really love this book-I'm still listening to it, starting part 2 soon. The narrator does a wonderful job, accents and all. Great story-a winner allover!
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