Geoffrey Howard is the narrator for this audio book. I haven’t read the book itself yet, and have it sitting on my bookshelf. Unfortunately, as I am listening to the narrator’s presentation of this text, I find myself becoming disinterested in reading the book. There are two parts to this. The first is simply that it sounds more philosophical, of which at the moment I’m not terribly interested in. I’m sure, however, that I’ll find that interest piqued again in the near future. The second part, sadly, is the narration of this audio book. I know that I have a history of finding narrators to be bland or mechanical, but it is an honest issue to present. If audio books should move forward as a viable alternative to ingest the material successfully, then the narration needs to improve vastly.
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