• The Whole Truth... So Help Me God

  • An Enlightened Testimony from Inside Enron's Executive Offices
  • By: Cindy Kay Olson
  • Narrated by: Cindy Kay Olson
  • Length: 8 hrs and 3 mins
  • Abridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 06-05-12
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Tate Publishing
  • 2 out of 5 stars 2.0 (4 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

In her new tell-all book, The Whole Truth... So Help Me God, Cindy Olson, a 23-year Enron employee and the first Enron executive to testify in front of both the United States Senate and House, sheds new light on the countless half-truths purveyed by the media and the justice system. As a protégé and confidant of the vilified Ken Lay, Olson reveals what kind of person he was behind closed doors. As a member of Enron's 401(k) administrative committee, Olson reveals the tenuous conversations and dubious actions that transpired during the company's plight.
©2008 Cindy Kay Olson (P)2012 Tate Publishing
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1 out of 5 stars
By Claire on 06-24-12

Badly written and appallingly narrated

How can the publishers allow cindy olson to narrate this. There is a mistake almost every sentence. I have read all the Enron books and this is by far the worst. Olsen is arrogant and focuses on the success of Enron over the years but forgets that it was done by cheating.

Olsen preaches to us like a sermon with God as a central part in her story. She sees ken lay as blameless and gushes incessantly.

Absolute waste of money and a huge disappointment. The book was bad enough but at least the publishers could have ensured that it was narrated by someone who didn't take breaths in between sentences, splutters throughout and have some varies e in vocal.

The worst book I have read in a long time, it was dreadful

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