[Audiobook] “Harperland” by Lawrence Martin

This audiobook is narrated by Michael Puttonen.

This book is about the politics of control. Harper, the Prime Minister of Canada (at least in August 2010, when this book was written), paved his political path as a force to be reckoned with. His authoritarian methods were under much scrutiny by the press, but that isn’t what this book is about. This book is to look at the four-year period in an honest, and seemingly academic, nature. This book, while covering controversial material, is more a story of 2006 to 2010.

Puttonen’s narration is astounding. There were literal moments in his hart where he sighed as one could imagine a speaker doing at that point. His inflection superb, the only downside would be the dreariness to his voice, which isn’t so much a fault of the narrator but an intended outcome. Speaking at a medium pace, this audiobook seems more like a recorded commentary or author rendition than it does third-party work. Love politics? You’ll love the title. Love audiobooks? This one is right up your alley, then…

If you are interested in owning the audio edition of this title, please visit Post Hypnotic Press. Otherwise, the print edition is available in the SG Store.Disclosure: I have received a reviewer copy and/or payment in exchange for an honest review of the product mentioned in this post.