©2003 Bill George; (P)2004 Recorded Books, LLC.
"Superbly moral and inspiring." (Publishers Weekly)
If you like...a narrator...that, talks. Like. William, Shatner. Then. you will like, this book.
This was a great story. I can't imagine what the author went through to develop the life skills he teaches about. But over and over, I felt like the author was more interested in telling of the amazing things he's done than teaching a lasting lesson. The narrator sounds like he's narrating a car commercial the entire time as well. I really want to like this book, but the braggart tone is a contradiction to the reasons for authenticity that the author is trying to convey.
I got a lot out of the book, but the words didn't hold value because I didn't feel like he was interested in teaching anything. He was interested in speaking on his greatness. This book doesn't know whether or not it wants to be an autobiography.
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