yes because its full of reference and support material...
what comes to mind is stephen covey's books on habits.
he did all well especially Eugene in the first chapter
no....you need to think and try some of the topics covered
go to the book's website for some very useful material to apply what you can learn from this good book
An excellent story especially for those having experienced the real threat of nuclear war in the 50-60's.
All the characters became favorites because of the length of time covered by the story.
The fishing scene when the secret of true fishing was revealed to an unlikely character.
When anyone good died in the book it almost felt like you would truly miss them and for the bad ones you cheered.
It's worth listening to again and periodically hereafter.
not until I've read the rest of the trilogy
all the miners were priceless
the loss of dynasties
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