I find the previous poster Winfried's assessment most amusing and so typically German.
If a German is speaking to me and says "your name is?", I simply, politely, reply "Andrew".
Winfired would no doubt say "No, it's what is your name!!!"
Why do Germans get so hung up on things like pronunciation yet the British are happy to just accept that our visitors are making an effort and we answer accordingly. This is exactly why so many British simply don't bother, and Germans have us down as rude.
This is a great audiobook. So you're not going to end up speaking exactly how Winfried wishes you to, but you know what, you'lll get by and be appreciated, by most.
So Wilfried, whilst I am dishing out advice - try watching this, and see how you fools make us feel, despite us making an effort - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TbobnfaBhcg
Have tried several CD language systems to varying degrees of success but this is the best i have every used. Whilst it will not turn you into a fluent German speaker, it does give the confidence to use the language when with Germanic speakers.