I love this book because it's so mentally stimulating and so well written. The book covers a broad range of topics in it's quest to describe neuroplasticity. This book gives an in-depth account of how scientists discovered neuroplasticity, the current theories about how neuroplasticity can be used in treatment, the concept of neuroplasticity and its connection to quantum physics and Buddhist meditation practices, and more. I find this book really intriguing, exciting, and interesting, and I would highly recommend this book to anyone curious about neuroplasticity and the biology of changing bad habits.
I've been following the diet plan in this book for the past 2 and a half weeks. I've already lost 11 pounds and I feel great. I have a lot more energy, motivation, and my clothes fit better. This is the definitive diet book!
I'm so happy that I got 3 Bosch mysteries for the price of one credit! The stories were great (especially The Narrows), the narration was great, and the price was great! I hope they have more box sets in the future.
I thought these plays were well done and entertaining. The production quality seemed fine to me. I especially enjoyed Medea, the Tempest, and Camille. The other ones were hard for me to get into, but that's just personal taste. If you want to be entertained and enjoy several classic plays, then this is a good deal for the price.
Yes. I thought these stories were fun and entertaining. I never solved any of the puzzles before the answers were revealed, so I was pretty entertained. I'm not sure that this would appeal to diehard fans who prefer a more orthodox style. The audiobook The House of Silk did a better job of following the more Sir Arthur Conan Doyle style. However, I think the author did a good job with these stories, and I would recommend people who like mysteries to read and enjoy it.
Nabokov's writing style. It's amazing how he can write about a subject so creepy and socially unacceptable and turn it into a moving piece of art. His description, metaphors, and style are amazing.
Humbert Humbert metaphor of himself as a spider as he checks to see where Lolita is in the house.
Humbert Humbert. Jeremy Irons did an amazing job!
This series has become one of my favorite. The characters are great, the mythology is accurate, there is the right amount of comic relief and tension, and the story is so imaginative. This book is addictive. As soon as I finished this audiobook I immediately downloaded the next book in the series. I would highly recommend this book.
This is a really great series, and I would highly recommend this book. The only thing that bothered me was the narration. The reader sounds like he was sucking on a lozenge while narrating this book because he often makes mouth noises, lip smacking sounds, and sighs a lot. This was really annoying and distracting, and I had a hard time paying attention to the story. If you can get past that though, this is a really fun audiobook.
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