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I really enjoyed this book. I have already suggested many of my friends read it as well. If you are wondering when it will rain next, you may want to think about what we are doing with the water we have, than water we don't. This book helps to put into perspective our use of water. If you like random facts, you will love this book.
The author repeated a lot of stories from his other book. He makes a good point, but maybe just has too much filler.
Is this really the book people talk about? Most of this information is simple to come up with. nothing ground breaking.
Really sad story, but so crazy well written and read. I loved this book, makes me so proud to know that we have men like these fighting for us.
Ok, I think this is really interesting stuff, but I have huge trouble listening to a book with lists or tables in them. Im not sure how the data was displayed in the book, but the way it was read was really hard to follow at times. The performance was fine, but it was just really hard to visualize some of the info.
Great book, read well. Im only a dad of two but I feel Jim's pain. Stories are short and funny, but their is not really a point to the story, accept to share what life is like with 5 kids in New York. I guess that is point enough.
This is more than a good book, it read with such passion by the author that I felt like I was sitting in the room listening to him speak. I would ventrue to guess that his speeches are much like his narration of this book.
Anyway great book to get you started in the morning.
Such a great motivational story, full of great antidotes about how to reboot after a traumatic life event.
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