This is a good listen and a good motivational story. The narrator is somewhat annoying after a few hours but the book as a whole is worth listening to and will keep your attention.
The reviews were spot on for this book. I am not a Kiss fan but I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I really enjoy it when an author reads his own book and hats off to Paul Stanley for having the balls to read his own story. I enjoyed the honesty and it actually turned into a motivational story towards the end. Great listen and well worth the credit! (don't listen with the kids or if you don't like hearing the f-bomb and sex stories)
After reading the reviews I was very excited to read this book and it was a total disappointment. I have read and listened to many survival stories and this was the worst book of this genre that I have listened to. I was expecting a thorough and exciting account of each story and that did not happen. I did not finish the book because it was so bad so maybe it got better, but I was so disappointed I could not continue on. If you are looking for a detialed and exiting account of survival stories and an explanation of why people survive, this is NOT the book for you.
This was a very informative book and well worth the credit. The book provided a unique look at what goes on behind the scenes of a mega bureaucracy. The only negative I have is that I would have preferred the book to be read by Gates himself. The narrator did a good job but he miss pronounced some of the words and it would have had a greater impact coming from the man himself.
This is an educational and objective look at the spiritual world. The narration is exceptional and the narrator brings you in with his ability to switch to many different voices. Definately worth the credit and it will have you taking an extra look around the bedroom when you turn the lights out.
Great listen and well worth the credit. Not a family road trip book but it will make you laugh, as long as you don't get offended by tough language. I am glad the author did the narration because it would not have been the same coming from someone else.
When I read the reviews of this book I was intrigued but worried that it may have been written totally for a female audience. This was a very enjoyable listen no matter what your gender. Very honest and a well balanced mixture of life on the PCT and the sotry of the difficulties she faces in her past life. Well worth the credit.
I appreciated hearing the perspective from the German fighter pilot's side of the war. I have a whole new appreciation of what they were about and what they were fighting for. This is a remarkable book and one of the best that I have ever listened to. Get it now. You will not be dissapointed.
If the author really has received a prophecy, why does he have to put it in the form of a novel? Why not just spell out exactly what the prophecy is? I kept having this thought as I tried to listen to the book. I got about 3/4 of the way through and had to move on.
I have read a couple of Gladwell's books and they are informative but I find they all start running together and even have some of the same information in each book. I found this interesting at times but not enough to get excited about.
Overall, I enjoyed this book and think the story is compelling and needs to be told. I enjoyed having the author read the book because he could put his own emotions into it. I really wish the author would have put more details into what it was like having a drug addicted son. What were the early signs? What did it do to the rest of the family? What exactly went on? I feel like this was glossed over and the book would have had much more impact if the cold hard facts were laid out for the reader. It was almost as if the author really wanted to tell the story but was embarassed by the details. I still would recommend the book because this is such an important topic and the story is good.
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