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Dunbar shares a great deal of interesting study results with us, all of which as far as I remember have been reference in other books on this site. He does weave them all into his own postulations about love and betrayal, but I find the study results here more interesting than his interpretations.
The narrator with his accent was slightly annoying. At times he didn't seem to know where the mood of the paragraph was going, and came off as awkwardly inflected. It could be that I, after writing enough reviews here, am becoming overly critical(Na, he wasn't great).
The analogs between human behaviors, and with animals are fun! Although I am not rating this very high, I can't say that it isn't worth a credit. There is plenty to be learned from this book, however will leave you hopefully believing that there are plenty other educational books that are in my opinion more valuable here on Audible.com.
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I was only able to listen to 19 minutes of this book. In fact I had to do that through gritted teeth. I would have been very interested to hear the rest but even my profound interest in the subject could not make me listen to a minute more. This is without a doubt probably the worst audio narration I have ever heard, but don't take my word for it listen to the sample....... and don't think like I did, that surely it must get better, it really really doesn't.
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