One of the best I have heard.
Robert is very easy to listen too.
Make Today Count.
This book adds value to the reader. Robert doesn't mess arround. He gets right to the point and if you take a hold of the principles in this book, it will change your life to be greater each day.
Yes, Andy brings the audio book to life.
The Noticer...for obvious reasons. The Bible...for me, because Jones is a lot like Jesus if he came back and interacted with people in trouble.
The whole story moves to a great conclusion that if I shared would ruin some of the book but I love how it ends.
I could have but I like to listen in the car and sporadically throughout the day.
Andy is a great author and story teller. It is nice to be entertained and at the same time add value of sound principles to your life by reading his books.
No because I already listened to it.
I liked that Howard gave details of his whole life.
I liked the battle scenes. The description of the scenes were great.
Yes! Great story line and great content.
I loved how Og tied the storyline into the valuable concepts of the scrolls.
Hard to follow.
Since I only had three words to describe Og's performance reading, I want to elaborate. He was kind of hard to follow and the vocabulary of the story didn't flow but it is WELL worth your time to overlook those small problems to gain the wisdom OG provides in this book!
Good not great.
I liked Jon's audio performance. Very easy to listen too.
It is very eye opening when he gets to talking about psychopaths and Robert Hare's criteria.
I liked the book but it could have been much better. It kind of wandered for me. From the title of the book, I thought I would hear more about psychopathy. I like how Jon took you on the journey of his investigation. However I wished he focused more on psychopaths and not on all psycholigical disorders. It was a good read but really made me want to read more about Robert Hare's criteria and what his thoughts were.
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