It’s technically been out since September 9, but I’ve been holding off on blogging it because they are continually out at Amazon. I see that today they seem to have gotten more in stock, but now there are only two left.
To which I say: just get it anyway! They should have plenty in stock soon, so there’s no need to wait any longer.
I read the book myself, rather than an outsourced narrator. It is my first time reading an audio book, but I wanted to do it in order to capture the intent and passion of the book.
I hope I succeeded — it’s a slight challenge to be the reader, because I kept thinking to myself “since I’m actually reading a book, is this the one instance where you are actually supposed to sound like you are reading, or should I do this as if I’m giving a message?” It was tough to get the balance right, but I’m happy with how it turned out.
The audio version will be great if you have a commute or just prefer audio books. Beyond that, even if you’ve already read the book, the audio version might give you new insights and angles on things as you hear the content spoken.