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Publisher's Summary

Rising Strong: The Reckoning, the Rumble, the Revolution by Brene Brown is a book about the importance of people getting back up after they have fallen. But it's also a book about the way they should bounce back. The author has a specific approach to bouncing back that, if followed, will make those who rise again stronger from what they were before they stumbled....

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I tend to be addicted to self improvement

While the premise of his book was appealing, the audio delivery of this synopsis disappointed me. It was fragmented, monotoned and boring, and didn't seem to explain the content well. Perhaps the full book is better but I don't think I would risk the audio version. The narration was pretty hard to follow. That said, the print book content seems very interesting.

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Read the real book

The actual book is great! It's too bad this book is narrated by someone that wasn't educated enough to even pronounce the authors name correctly.

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Kind of bummed.

It must have been a mistake on my part but I swear when I purchased this ... The description said that Brene Brown was the narrator... Not happy

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Rule One ; Get the name right.

The narrator's voice is easy to listen to but every time he referred to the author Brene Browne as Breen. It drove me nuts. A quick search on the internet would have found a multitude of sources which would teach the proper pronunciation of the name. She is a famous and well respected author - for heaven sake - do some ground work.