I loved this book, it took over every spare bit of my life whilst listening to it. The Congo part was interesting and enticing after Congo i believed it lost some interest and intrigue. I loved the narration,and the personalities portrayed. Plus it was a great learning tool about the Congo and the politics of which I knew nothing about.
I found this book irritating, the author presents a wingeing demeanor which I found annoying. Definitely gives a great look into the lives of Afganistanie people and the history of the country. But I can't quite understand why others rave about this book.
What a wonderful and refreshing view of what is actually achievable in this life. I am a genuinely upbeat person who expects and receives the best life has to offer - this audible takes my optimism and up beat nature and enthusiam to dizzy heights. It is anchored in a lovely spiritual and dare I say biblical underpinning. On first listen I was a little critical of the cheesy Americanisms of some of the speakers (apologies to Americans). My advice is - "Don't throw the baby out with the bath water" - stay open to and listen to the message. So good to hear an Australian woman breaking through with such a strong and revolutary message. Thank you Rhonda for reinterating a message I received at age 21 and forgot. This audible came along and reminded me with passion that I can have and deserve to have what I desire.
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