Norman Doidge, MD has written two of the more important books of this century. His careful, researched understanding of brain plasticity actually pales next to his ability to communicate the subject with clarity, simplicity, and such enthusiasm as to bring the reader to the point of wanting to begin to define their personal understanding within the context of their changing brain maps. For voice users, this book reinforces why science and understanding the voice can lead to easier learning, and more fulfilling performance. Doidge lays at our feet a chance to understand in concept what voice users have long experienced, but been unable to define. He opens our understanding away from the "I don't know how to explain it, but you know what I mean, you just have to feel it" toward meaningful, direct adjustments based in cognitive research, and all without the layman's challenges of reading scientific research journals.