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This is the original to the runaway hit "The Secret" But this is much better although the narrator reads too fast and I found his voice quite irritating. I had to listen to it a few times and each listen revealed more. I highly recommend this audio. I would read the book too. If you can listen to only one chapter a week as is instructed, you will probably get more useful information. As for me, I couldn't wait to go to the next chapter.
18 of 18 people found this review helpful
I find that the practical tools offered in the program are helpful, but the narrator's reading does not correspond at all with the message being presented. His reading of the material actually makes it more difficult to pay attention to the message being taught.
13 of 13 people found this review helpful
I have rated this version a 1 star. Please don’t get me wrong the book itself is fantastic, but this is because it is such a poor rendition, there are hundreds of mistakes. Jason McCoy sounds incredibly enthusiastic as always, but it becomes obvious that he is not concentrating on what he is reading. (Ironically this book is about the art of concentration) In the mildest of situations he reorganizes the sentence to his own liking or substitutes words that are not in the original text, thereby affecting the meaning conveyed. In other cases he misses out whole lines from the original text, further still in worse situations he omits whole pages (Maybe his pages got stuck together.) He is also unsure if he wants to read out the number of each paragraph or not. In the worst case scenario I discovered in the introduction, he arrives at " . . . . . In the atmosphere we find heat, light and energy. Each realm becomes finer and more . . . . Then he doubles back (2 pages) to. . . .It is this method of study to which the civilized nations owe the greater part of their prosperity and the more valuable part of their knowledge. . . . ." and starts to re-read what he has already read before. Incredible!!!! As I have said before there are many, many more mistakes. Sometimes it makes you go . . . WHAT???? . . . That can’t be right . . ." The version narrated by Erik Synnestvedt is by far better more consistent and 10 times cheaper, however it does not contain the lengthy introduction. Audible should not allow these kinds of defects in their products. This product should be pulled from the market and monies refunded or credits be granted to purchasers.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful