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Excellent.

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Reviewed: 2021-01-23

Better than the Netflix series, excellent narration, especially if you’re a chess fan - with some good detail on the games.

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Endless repeating music was annoying

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3 out of 5 stars
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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 2020-12-16

Richard Coyle's reading of the store was wonderful, but the background music was unnecessary, distracting, and repetitive to the point of ruining a wonderful Lovecraft tale.

Fantastically researched

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Reviewed: 2020-08-25

One of Sawyer’s trademarks beyond the excellent storytelling is his meticulous research. This book is a wonderful example of what must have been years of research, compiling all the notes, and then weaving this page turner into this book. Highly recommend

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Fantastic read

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Reviewed: 2020-06-17

One of the best autobiographies I have read in the last ten years, with a strong message of being yourself, sticking to your beliefs, the willingness to try new things is a path to success no matter what life throws at you.

Filmmaker? A must read.

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5 out of 5 stars
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Reviewed: 2020-04-05

If you’re a filmmaker, no matter how you identify, I think this book is a must-read. Well worth the time!

Not just for women

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Reviewed: 2020-03-26

As a man, reading this book gave me much more insight into what it’s like to be a woman, and would highly recommend reading it.

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Needs to be re-recorded

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2 out of 5 stars
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2 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 2019-09-17

This audiobook sounds like it's the audio lifted from a video - there are many references to "as you can see here" or "this chart shows" which is extremely impractical to try to find the PDF, open it, and find the relevant chart/graph/image.

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