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It's like a recap of the author's past via her great memory. The narration is extremely monotonous and slow. It's great that the author has this special ability of remembering everthing in such detail. But she just keeps going on an on about dates and her recollections. After about 2 hours of narration it gets very irritating and I almost felt like telling the author "ok...I get it...You have a great memory". I found the book very dissapointing.
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after about 3 hours of hearing dozens of repetitions of "scientist don't understand why my memory works like this", "my memory is different" and "my memory didn't make me good at school" I had to stop listening. This woman seems to have had her life crippled by her memory and I feel for her but her co-writer did nothing to weave it into a good book. The narration also seems to have some digitizing artifacts that make it flat and robotic.
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