This is not just a marketing book. It is a book on how to deliver presentations, how to write, how to teach, how to promote new ideas at work. The book forever changed the way I will do each of these things and I wish I could have read it many years ago.
Take away the random new characters I don't care about. Also, the pacing was a bit odd.
Why suddenly everyone has a Brittish accent is a frustrating mystery. Make the readers have American accents! This isn't rocket science, folks.
No. Let this be the end
I loved the series, but found the end anticlimactic and I had a hard time ignoring the suddenly British voices. Also, I had no interest in the suddenly new characters I didn't care about who took up too much time in the story.
This book is as long as the others, but all the characters that you love are missing and nothing happens with all the other characters. It is a bunch of weak side stories. It is as if this is a work of fan fiction that goes at great length to avoid impacting any of the main story lines.
The sad part is that you have to listen to it anyway, because you've already invested so much in the series. Let's hope the next books are better.
Do we really need to know every detail about her thoughts on marriage? This book was self indulgent to put it mildly. Yes, I understand, she has issues with marriage, but enough is enough. Eat, Pray, Love was interesting and relatable. But she really should have stopped there.
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