- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 25 hours and 47 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Blackstone Audio, Inc.
- Audible.com Release Date: April 28, 2005
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0009JKV74
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
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DisneyWar Audiobook – Unabridged
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About my only complaint is the moment it stopped, right in the middle of Spring, 2005 - I was hoping for a little more of an epilogue on Iger's successful transition and the subsequent recovery of Pixar (and ultimate loss of Miramax), as well as a bit of a conclusion to the building story of ABC's turnaround and Iger's focus on the parks. While the book talks about Iger's roles up to that point, it does little to connect the dots between his past support for Eisner in all things and his subsequent tremendous success as a leader once out of that shadow, since that hadn't happened at the time of publication.
I cannot read a few pages without a four-or-five page section of the book coming loose and falling in my lap or on the floor - purely through the act of gently turning pages while reading.. Apparently, the binding glue used, or the application of it, is at fault. While I understand Amazon is in some dispute over publisher royalties, or whatever, from "Kindle" versions of publisher output, and I have no doubt that everyone on the selling side would much prefer readers to switch to ordering electronic, rather than printed, versions of their product - both for obvious economic reasons - I can only hope that unloading inferior copies of printed books on innocent customers is not a deliberate part of an overall strategy to "help convince" those of us who prefer printed books to become screen scrollers and flickers if we happen to enjoy reading.
I would hope such is not the case, because I otherwise love Amazon and the conveniences and comparisons and customer ratings it provides. At least on the surface, for me, so far, it is a company that actually appears to care what its customers think, which unfortunately seems more and more unusual as time passes.
So, I will give a rating based on the book's content. As to the crappy quality of the binding of the book itself, I won't give it a rating, because there is no such available rating as "If it weren't such a pain to do, I'd ask for my money back or a replacement".
I read the entire book on my flight to and then back from Asia. Just couldn't put the book down on the flight. A great way to spend the 12 hours (each way) in the air.
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