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If you could sum up VangoNotes for Accounting Information Systems, 11/e in three words, what would they be?
Clear, useful, interesting
What did you like best about this story?
A very clear, well organized overview of many different basic topics I've bumped into while reading other books/articles but for which I had never been able to find a good introduction/overview discussion
What does Bryan Kennedy and Zoe Winslow bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
The book downloaded into audible as a separate file for each chapter, in each file is the chapter summary + quiz. Some of the quiz questions seem to be from the book itself rather than from the summary so are more disorienting than helpful.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
Probably unlike most people buying this audible audio book, I was not enrolled in a course in which the actual textbook was assigned. I thought the content was interesting enough that I purchased the book (used, not the current 14th edition, but then this audio summary is based on the 11th edition anyway) to read in more detail about the topics that interest me the most
Any additional comments?
It is really inconvenient to have each chapter download as what appears to be a separate "book" in audible even though I was only charged for one "book" (i.e. all chapters) in total. I've never seen another audible book in this weird, hard to use format, if Vango wants to distribute its content in audible, it should reformat it to match the normal audible format
A valuable companion to the printed book. Very useful for listening to in the car whilst commuting to work.
I thought it would be the "whole" chapter. It's just a brief, I mean BRIEF, review. Very disappointed.