Actually, no. The audiobook is an abridged version, so there are bits that are not delivered by the narrator. The only benefit of the audiobook is you get a couple of snippets of Alan Watts speaking as he delivered seminar that relates to his book. --- XBL: Argyle snake - R*sc: Red Payne Auto VII "Peel more skins than Idaho potato."
#7rttnPosted 7/27/2012 10:45:32 PM
If anything once I read the book I'll try to just find audio/video of that seminar --- Xbox GT: rttnCRAFT PowerFAQs 1.9-buy it
#8Voltron_Force(Topic Creator)Posted 7/28/2012 10:39:48 AM
Thats the exact way I did it: paperback (3 times in a row, it was that eye opening for me) and then audiobook. The audiobook is great to listen to in the gym or on a long run or bike ride. --- XBL: Argyle snake - R*sc: Red Payne Auto VII "Peel more skins than Idaho potato."