Henry J. Heinz: A Biography, was a nice short biography that was easy to listen to and enjoy. The content was written more from a view of an advocate and raving fan of Henry J. Heinz verses a balanced subjective piece of work. With that being said, I really didn't mind. I liked the story about the clerk in his company that made the $76 error and how Mr. Heinz handled it. I liked the words on the card his mother gave him for Christmas. Also, I like the quote from chapter 6: "Every great soul has his crown fashioned in the furnace of suffering and sorrow." These are just a few of the high spots for me in the book. The narration was very good, but a little slower pace than I like, so I sped it up to 1.25 which was fine. Overall a great read and I highly recommend it especially for young people.