I already recommended it to a friend, simply because it is a brillient and amazing story.
The Truth, that much of it was true life experience.
Wise Grandfather Teacher
Sergei Ivanov. A cool and calm, strong and wise martial artist, regardless of his age, I probably would try to seduce him after dinner!
I was so shocked of Dan's revelation at the end. I read his first book, The Peaceful Warrior a long time ago, and just didn't see the connection coming at the end.
Yes, Dan has Universal great insights on life's principels.
Maybe the cat.
As much as I love Dan's books, something about his narration bugs me. As if he is talking to children, he reads as if he is reading a children's book, that is the only thing that bothers me.
I own and read everything that Dan ever put out there, I love his material, his teachings. Just not when he is doing the reading, he should hire a really good reader. His success would simply sky rocket I swear.
Within the top 3, and I have read over 5000 books thus far.
When Morgana throws the stick that says Sweetie on it to Jena.
Cry, but mostly stop and take notice.
She is one of my favorit authors, she writes fiction and at the same time she teaches you about incredible issues in the world, learn and enjoy a great book at the same time. Can't go wrong.
Someone who enjoys Drama and Crying.
Shocked and deeply disappointed.
I know that predictability is not a good thing with books, but please... I feel set up by the author. Great story way from the beginning, it drew me in, I love how detailed she was about the personalities and values of the different fractions... but in my own head I am changing the ending.
YES!! I'd finish it!!!
When I am ready to forgive him for doing this, maybe.
Nothing wrong with the narration, they are not the problem.
Never. Sorry James, but you really ticked many of your fans off.
I admit, it was becoming predictable that all is so good at the end, but killing off his family, knowing that they are most likely alive, and you know who did it... still predictable. You just need to wait a year to find out, was this really needed?
One of the best books I have ever read.
Perhaps to the Outlander series, strong characters, stories within stories, all of them very symbolic.
John Lee cannot do a bad job reading anything, he is just that good.
Merson, I'd take him out for dinner and then try to seduce him.
I thank God for an author and narrator like these two, the combination is something that you will never forget, it will stay with you forever.
Evreything. The story, the many inside stories, the way Diana makes me feel like I am back in the past, and the way Davina Porter tells the story... this book was written to be read by her.
The end, knowing that the dog is all good, that always makes me happy.
She is bloody incredible!!!
Rachel standing up for the dog, she won my heart then and there.
My only dream and hope is that Diana Gabaldon never stops writing about these people, about this family. These series of books are like a drug for me, a drug that puts my mind at ease when I listen to it, having Davina Porter's voice narrating the story in the background makes me feel so comfortable and good like nothing else I know. Once every two years or so I re-listen to the whole thing... it's like taking a wonderful vacation. I'll just need longer and longer time off from work to finish the series!
Both the characters and Jenny Sterlin's voice.
The Outlander series, it takes me completely away, and the narration is simply amazing.
No, but I am so taken away that because of her voice I will try other authors.
Yes, but there are too many of those parts to mention.
I am in love with these series, and it is both because of the book itself and Jenny Sterlin's voice, the two combined together have created a much beloved art. A very large Thank you to both.
Tip one is great, but the reader's voice is not for a book like this, it ruined the whole thing for me.
It ruined the whole experience!
I feel ashamed, but honestly it was anger.
This voice as reader may fit a novel, a long and drawned one, but not a non fiction, business, or anything that ought to be interesting.
No idea, never read the print version.
The simple explanations.
Probably one moment in each chapter at least.
Thanks to the author for explaining all these complicated topics in such a simple manner.
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