Personality Plus

Read by Phil Chenevert

(4.6 stars; 159 reviews)

Personality Plus is an early novel by American author Edna Ferber. Originally published in 1914, Personality Plus is the second of three volumes chronicling the travels and events in the life of Emma McChesney. Ferber achieved her first successes with a series of stories centering around this character, a stylish and intelligent divorced mother who rises rapidly in business. ( Summary by Wikipedia ) (2 hr 45 min)


1 - MAKING GOOD WITH MOTHER 31:06 Read by Phil Chenevert
2 - PERSONALITY PLUS 30:51 Read by Phil Chenevert
3 - DICTATED BUT NOT READ 31:08 Read by Phil Chenevert
4 - THE MAN WITHIN HIM 38:47 Read by Phil Chenevert
5 - THE SELF-STARTER 33:32 Read by Phil Chenevert



(5 stars)

great reader without reading Roast Beef Medium I could not have enjoyed as much. Thank you for the series and thanks to P.C. for reading them all . A wonderful reader that left part of his talent for us

A charming, homely tale with wit

(4 stars)

It seemed much shorter than the previous work by the author, and with less devious characters and drama. A nice comforting story and very well read

excellent .

(5 stars)

I am really enjoying the life of Emma Machesney. it's a lovely light read well written and well-read.

(5 stars)

Fun story of life in the business world of New York pre-WWI. Good reader , also.

cute story, Great reader!!!

(5 stars)

I enjoyed this a lot. Reminded me of my career efforts trying to break into the competitive backstabbing business of commercial art in nyc. In any area of work, human nature hasn't learned from previous generations. A light-hearted meaningful story with a touch of humor just as up to date for today. Touches on a mother's attachment to her son that she raised by herself. Highly recommended. Unfortunately a whites only world, but did have one person of color, a foreigner, thus truly realistic, sadly.

(4.5 stars)

This is quite different from the first book in the series. It's not quite as robust but it ends strongly. The reading is, of course, excellent.

(5 stars)

Good book. I also really like Phil Chenevert. He always does such a good job!!

Great Sequal... not as long as the first but equally wonderful

(5 stars)