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Publisher's Summary

Piense & Hágase Rico es el libro mundialmente famoso motivacional y de auto-ayuda, escrito por Napoleón Hill y inspirado a sugerencia del hombre Escocés-Americano de negocios Andrew Carnegie - Una de las personas mas prosperas de su tiempo. El libro fue publicado por primera vez en 1937 durante la Gran Depresión, y continua siendo el libro mas vendedor de Napoleón Hill, con 30 millones de copias vendidas durante los últimos 80 años. Este clásico de todos los tiempos esta profesionalmente grabado y listo para su total disfrute.

Please note: This audiobook is in Spanish.

©2010 Napolean Hill Australia & 21st Century Academy (P)2010 Napolean Hill Australia & 21st Century Academy

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  • David
  • Queens, NY, United States
  • 01-09-13

Motivational story, Articulate Read- Very Neutral

What about John Munoz’s performance did you like?

Even though the narrator reads a bit fast, he has a very articulate and clear pronunciation.

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Good story - Terrible voice, terrible editing

What did you like best about Piense & Hágase Rico? What did you like least?

The story is really good and very recommended. However, the reader's accent is American and fails to pronounce some words correctly. It also has plenty of editing mistakes and repeated words. He starts speaking very badly, with plenty of unnecessary pauses but gets better as the book progresses. <br/>

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