I really liked hearing about Glenn Beck's life experiences, especially related to the LDS church. His candid stories were human and easy to relate to. The "Dr" excerpts in between were ok, but were like elementary lectures...I took them as a 'reminder' of the principles they were trying to communicate. I did enjoy listening.
Glenn Beck's stories
They were great
I have been a 'whodunnit' fan for many years and this book did not disappoint. I will try others by this author. I don't go only by the narrator. My enthusiasm is just stunted as I am reaching out for other kinds of books. I find myself being 'assaulted' by bloody/violence descriptions sometimes.
There was a LOT of information about how she 'sees' and interprets her "Spirit" connection. Having watched every possible episode of the Long Island Medium I can, I was enthralled. Teresa's narration was a little 'stilted' (like she was carefully reading) as first, but either she 'warmed up' or I got used to it. She's a special person I believe and her message has definitely touched my life in a very positive way.
This was hard to get through (content-wise) because it was SO possibly real-life, that I found myself with the same 'angst' I get when I watch what is going on in our true-to-life politics. When I get so filled up with anxiety and that 'helpless to do anything about it" feeling, I have to 'turn it off'. So I found myself doing the same while listening to this 'fiction' story...not the fault of the book! I did finish it and would recommend it as 'enlightening' in a scary sort of way.
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