Perhaps. I liked the narration, but I didn't read the book
Pat's personal history and how it impacted her coaching style
Didn't have a favorite - so much information and history to absorb!
Fans of Pat And women's college basketball will enjoy this book. Great personal history and history of the game.
The narration was very good; I forgot that I was listening to Martin Sheen, and not the Dalai Lama. However, I thought that the material was weak.
No. I didn't feel like it offered anything new or inspirational. It does not offer new material for a "seeker" and it is not controversial enough to challenge a religious person to think differently.
Although Sheen does a very good job, reading may be more inspirational. The books seemed very dry, but that had nothing to do with Sheen's performance.
I really enjoyed this book, although I usually listen to a different type of books - biographies, thrillers or business-related. This seemed to be a quaint little adventure story, with a very emotional appeal. I felt like my sister-in-law, a high school literature teacher, would appreciate the nuances of this book, and assign it as reading material.
Harold. I felt an emotional connection with him, as his journey moved him through the countryside as much as through emotional struggles.
The neighbor. I felt as though I could actually see that gentleman.
The last quarter of the book, just after the pilgrims went on. Raw, emotional times which made me uncomfortable because I could feel the pain.
The book itself - it is a good story.
Lord of the Rings, of course. This is a good book, although it does not grab my attention as well as the trilogy.
A little faster cadence. His voice on the songs bothered me, but I think that is more related to the story and length of songs, rather than anything on the narrator's part.
No, it is more of an adventure novel, and I certainly was not looking for inspiration or emotional connection.
Middle of-the-pack. Interesting subject, but not riveting. I would not listen again, although I might suggest it to a history buff
Yes, if they liked history. Not a book that I would suggest to all of my friends
N/A. He was the narrator, not a performer
The details of Lincoln's final days
I liked the book, but found it to be too short. Lots of details about Lincoln, his final days, and the people involved. Interesting to a history buff, but it was not a book that seemed to have a personality. Interesting, but dry.
Yes, I would listen again. So much great information - I am sure that I missed a lot!
Entertaining and wholly informative. I can't think of a book that I can compare. I have no desire to run, and I still enjoyed this book.
A sense of emotion and involvement. Listening made me feel like I could actually be there to watch some of the events.
I did have an extreme reaction - but not emotional. I do not run, and have no desire, but I have been recommending this book to everyone that I know. Good story, but even more great information about healthy living (even if we do not follow the advice.)
Uplifting, poignant, soulful
I loved that the author was the narrator
The scenes with the last little prince
A good read for anyone who wants a good story that is easy-to-read and offers a jump start for the soul. The author's narration added to the audio book.
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