I would not purchase another book by Twyla because she focuses way too much on dance and doesn't convey it well to other aspects of the creative world. I would not purchase another book read by Lauren because she overacts and drawls on, making a read that should only be a few hours into an excruciating 6 or 7.
There was nothing helpful or insightful for me. I was hoping for a book that would give me some guidance or a few good techniques, but this book is more like her patting herself on the back for solving some of her own problems. Her problems are very specific to producing dance and choreography, which doesn't translate to my creative problems at all.
Was bored out of my skull listening to this one.
There's so many good lessons in this book I plan on listening to it several times a year and plan on buying the book as gifts for friends.
Very personable clear voice, excellent diction, conversationalist read instead of a script read.
I felt like a light went on. I can already spot people that have read this book and applied its principles in their lives. I'm more confident.
Great book, everyone should read it and apply some or all of it's principles to their lives. It would make the world a much better place.
Rich, colorful, predictable
Yes, I enjoy his style of writing and want to see what all the fuss is about.
the scene where the little boy grasps his hand and the guy feels like a responsible adult, which is then starkly contrasted by the ending scene where it is now the little boy's hand that is holding on tightly with assurance.
The Stories of Children
Enjoyable listen, it was predictable, but maybe it was supposed to be. It makes it so you anticipate what is to come, then sit back and watch it happen.
Wait for it
Didn't have a favorite
No, I got tired of the slow pace and uneventful parts, also got annoyed with a lot of the excessive arguing/debating and circle logic. The characters got irritating.
I was irritated that Rigg's education became the vehicle of coincidence that got him out of trouble too many times. It was just too convenient to put him in a spot that looked bad, then he magically performs his way out of it flawlessly. He goes from being someone who has no need to hide anything besides his path seeing ability to someone with many sides and too much to hide in the span of a day or two on the road.
I liked the story, but was really annoyed with the weird space ship story. That bit of story line didn't become interesting until the very end of the book, and then it seemed that it was pretty unnecessary.
I'm hoping book 2 is better.
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