Napoleon Hill teaches the famous Andrew Carnegie formula for money-making, based upon the "Thirteen Proven Steps to Riches". Originally published in 1937, this classic took 25 years of research, in collaboration with more than 500 distinguished men of great wealth, who proved themselves by their own achievements.
Public Domain (P)2010 SpringBrook Audio
John Michaels the narrator of this classic, is an excellent choice of readers. He obviously becomes caught up and inspired by the words of this amazing work.
I couldn't tell you if this book was any good, because I barely made it 30 minutes in to it. The gentleman reading has less inflection in his voice than Stephen Hawking and makes it extremely difficult to stay engaged. He also likes to pause in the middle of a sentence as if there was a period or comma, only to finish the sentence as if it was a completely new line. It is literally like listening to a 3rd grader read a novel.
I was excited to hear this book and may download another version, but steer clear of this one!
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