I was happy to get my hands on this book, but the more I listened to it, the more it seemed repetitive to me. There are many things cited again and again over the hours, wish it was a little shorter now..
No, I am looking forward to reading more books in this genre
The pace of the book, it had been stretched out.
The book bored me after a while.
I come back to this book at least once a year and every time take with me fresh energy, new hopes, and a soul. Lessons are all over the story for those who have the time to learn them in silence. Thank you audibles and to the narrator for narrating it so beautifully and calmly.
I love this book more than some others as this is the book I used to read A LOT during my early teens, even though I didn't understand some things as clearly as I do now. I remember making warm bread and tea to read this book, and both of these are linked in my mind so much that every time I pick up this book I yearn for a cup of warmth that I felt in the past. The narrator has a motherly voice, and you get a warm feeling listening to the book in her voice.
The best is the links it has got with the history of mankind, how good things used to be in the past, and hope that I can bring up my daughters as well as the ones in this book.
Her narration was superb overall. The manly voice doesn't suit her when she reads out their dialogues though.
None at all.
I can listen to this book again and again! And I will!
It ranks among the tops ones. It has encouraged me to give out more and more, I also made a list of things while listening to the last chapter, and then packed them to give them away for those more in need than I am.
I would compare the religious scriptures to this book, as the morals taught in this book are as high as those that are taught by the holiest of books.
I would have to take my time with this book, it requires one to pause and think and then take some action over what has been said. It is a good book for teenagers, students, parents, teachers, professionals, and those who are wondering what to do what the things they have, or how to reduce the clutter around them, and how to attain more peace and spirituality.
This is the first author that I have heard who holds all religions in equal esteem and regards, and I thank him for that.
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