The product description says:
"In this welcome guide to compassionate living, Geshe Kelsang explains in detail how to take and keep the Bodhisattva vows, and how to practice the Bodhisattva's deeds of giving, moral discipline, patience, effort, concentration, and wisdom."
Considering the plethora of books commenting on Bodhisattva vows, one would be better served by reading any one of those versus this nonsense. The author of this book (be it the hard copy book or the audio book version) is the same rigid character, who in his New Meditation Handbook, claims swatting a mosquito in anger will result in eons in the hell realm without any discussion of purification or karma. That is a very draconian statement from a very draconian "religious" leader.
The presently reviewed title is yet another rigid outing for the self-proclaimed Geshe. Comparing this to genuine and authentic Buddhist authors will instantly reveal the inadequacies of this title. It is no more than pop Buddhism for the new age Western Buddhist mind rather than a serious commentary, which it purports to be.
Again, with all the other commentaries available on Bodhisattva vows, pick a title written by a genuine and authentic Buddhist author instead of this narrow-minded book. Virtually any title would be better than this one, but an excellent book that immediately comes to mind and also available from Amazon is: NO TIME TO LOSE: A TIMELY GUIDE TO THE WAY OF THE BODHISATTVA by PEMA CHODRON.