The author does a great job of explaining a very complex topic. Even if you don't adopt his program, you will learn a lot about how to improve your health.
It's not about Butch, it's about his father, his "pearls" of wisdom. Very insightful history of those professionals I never knew much about. Butch also shares his first-hand experience with Tiger and others.
Entertaining story, a lot of drama, just OK, didn't keep me on the edge of my seat
It is so thrilling that I found myself sitting in my car in the garage, after my long commute, listening to the next chapter! I am not a Jeff Abbott fan.
A book has to grab me from the beginning, or I simply get bored, especially with cops.
I should have know this read was going to be corny if they have to make it appealing by putting a hot babe on a motorcycle.
I can't believe I haven't read this book before, one of my best reads ever!
The story reminded me of the Lacey Petterson case, but it turns out much differently with ongoing twist of events. I hope they make a movie on this one!
I'm three hours into this novel and totally bored. Grisham rambles on and on about a kid who can't make it in the big leagues, and cops who can't find their buttocks with both hands. I give up, no more JG novels for me, he has lost his touch.
I decided to try something different, even though I rarely pick up a Stephen King novel. I was so glad I did, 11/22/63 will keep you on the edge of you seat. The plot is very creative and fast-paced. It has drama, action, sci-fi, history and romance nicely integrated. Craig Wasson deserves a lot of credit, I'm going to start tracking him!
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