focus on the art of learning, or rapid skill acquisition. I understand using something like yoga as an example of how you do RSA, but for about the last hour I've been listening to how to actually DO yoga, which doesn't interest me. I didn't want to hear about what you learned about yoga.
No, but he's an excellent reader and I will look for more books performed by him in the future.
Great book, great reading.
Yes, and have. It's a great story, and a great production of the audio version.
I think the title is the tagline, and the movie is coming in 2014, can't wait.
A great story, kept me drawn in during the commutes and excited to get back to it at the end of the day. Can't say the same about the next book, but this one was great, would love to find more like it.
The reader, Emma Galvin, while taking some getting used to in the first book, is great, and the story is really good. I'm not a book-worm, not an "intellectual" type, so can't say how this compares against great literary works, but if you enjoy an interesting gripping story, this is one.
Don't want to compare it to Hunger Games as many others have, but I'm enjoying this series as much as I did the Hunger Games. The stories have some similarities, but not alot. Can't wait for the third book.
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