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Where does The Little Book of Economics rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
This book is required as part of my MBA and being able to listen while working out instead of reading it was exception.
What about Sean Pratt’s performance did you like?
The narrator did a great job of seeming interested in what could have been a really dry topic.
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I got exactly what I was hoping for out of this book: a well rounded, non-partisan summary of the various engines, institutions and policies that drive our economy. It's not too long, but moves at a pretty good pace, so at times I found myself repeating sections or whole chapters to help it soak in better. Expected considering the topic.
I need to give huge props to the narrator for reading through this material in a natural and convincing way. This is one of the best examples of a narration that's so natural, I would believe it if I was told he was the author. Sean Pratt takes some potentially dry content by its nature and reads it like he's chatting with you in your living room over coffee. A lot of non-fiction audio books can come across rather dry and stilted, unnatural, or just downright bad. I thought the narration in this case was top notch. A pleasant listen, which is no easy feat for this kind of content.
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