Well spoken and written. I never get tired of listening to this guy. He has a good energy about him that makes this easy to listen to again and again.
I laughed at the situations described because I have heard them all before. It helps to be able to relate to what you hear from other people. While the concepts may not be entirely new, the medium in which they were presented makes it a pleasurable listen.
I liked the tie-ins to the Manchurian Candidate and the use of haiku's to control people.
This is a good book on a good topic. I didn't tire out on it.
I'm not exactly sure how or why it happened, but I listened to the hypnosis section one time and quit smoking. I was skeptical until I found that I just lost the desire to smoke. I haven't replaced it with anything like gum or chewing on things as I've done in the past. I found this remarkable and have tried to analyze exactly why it happened. It worked and I found that unbelievable.
Oddly, enough. The Yellow Card Man. I haven't completed the book yet, only on the second download, but I find him fascinating. He seems to know something is up.
I found this book surprisingly interesting. I'm not a real history buff but I found this title attractive and downloaded on a whim. I found myself instantly submersed in the late fifties and I enjoyed the storyline so far. It's worth every penny I've paid, but I do not list this as a horror writing of King's. Fascinating, nonetheless.
I enjoyed all the tidbits of information. While I would never buy them individually, I do like the bundled idea. It is sensible and 3+ hours of knowledge goes quickly on long rides. The diverse topics makes this a real steal.
In the Weight Loss Department, I consider this one of the best titles I've read.
The author is well spoken and knowledgeable when it comes to losing weight. His attitude and stories about his own success make this a memorable title.
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