Due to my reduced vision Irely on audiobooks. Since I love books I usually buy several audibooks a week. Since audiobooks is a costly experience I am picky when it comes to how I use my credit. I found this by looking at what was trending in fiction. Thank PeterI did! I love stories in which you get to know the characters in a way that makes the story easy to follow. Stories about daring to be different has always inspired me. Colored ladies are historically very brave so this said:" I am credit proof " and it really is worthy your credit. To me, it had a dash of Gilmore girls meets "The help" and Bridget Jones. It is structured so perfectly: Past and pressent becomes one and you are drawn in. It deals with gossip, cancer, God Ghost, finding yourself and much more. Once you begin to listen you enter their diner hence the Gilmore girls reference.
In this book you will discover how easy it can be to bound with fictional people. If you like "The help" Then you will most likely love this because of the strong stories and the differences which unites us. It spans over decades unlike "The help" making me closer to the characters.
The way simple conversations between bestfriends was authentic enough to make time stand still. Strong ladies are so inspiring!
No, this was a first. The way Odette was read annoyed me at first, because every sentence ended in the same tone. I grew to love it however since that voice managed to become Odette.
Yes! It is rarely a book manage to take me in like this. Who can resist the story of a man carrying his sick friend to her tree? To discover he picked the wrong one? The humor within this sad story manage to turn what we could have seen as victims into victors. It is beyond great and no, I did not spoil the end because Odette might be born in a tree but she did not die there..,
The sad thing about this book? I did not want it to end. I love it and will "visit" my new friends by listening to it again and again.
I have never read the physical - copy. Emma Galvin gives an honest voice to both the living and the dead.
This book does not shield you with theraputic guidelines.
A well - worth listen.
This amazing book contains stories in the stories
The last 6 - hours. Please listen-to-it
This author does not try to be hardcore nor is he playing victim. He said he wrote the book as therapy and I dare say it is great to hear from him on patrol one day talking to a kid or joking with his fellow "angels". He also provide insight into the margins between life and death. Love and pain. You get to tap along to tap along and because he should be a coming you need to get ready for a lot of hard laughter. War sadly kill so keep some tissues close.
I have never heard anything like it.
The pilot scene over the radio. Since it is a memoir I pick a scene rather than a person.
I would have kept the title.
Even though she used language from a course in miracles and says what Dyer, Tolle, Bernstein etc has told us (Those of us into self - development) it is in my opinion a memoir NOT self - development . This did not make me laughed at all.
No! I love self - development books Which aim to give you great steps to take in order to do life miracle minded.
I would love to see her evolved. So I might give furter listens a chance.
I quit after a couple of hours.
I decided to return it.
Travel,coming of age,life
When she met her new friemd in the second part.
D. He shows we have a sacred choice about who to be in ANY situation.
Yes. It was like I was the girl that day.
Totally like being in EU and college. This is one of the lstens I wish I had at the age of 18. A must if you are 15-30 and if you have a teen in the house.
I hate to give traditional ranking to audiobooks. The reason is there are in my own opinion, no fair way to rank audiobooks. Different categories cannot be ranked in the same manner...In my opinion, this book is worthy of five stars based on the following: It is the first book by Joyce Meyer which I feel I have been personal, uplifting, and it is a book you will go back to again and again. The narrator is perfect, her voice is so calming. I really wish she could have red power thoughts because I tried listening to power thoughts ho
The moment I saw the Truth: Mega-pastors(I call them Christian "rock-Stars". They have millions watching them on TV or online, plus thousands of fans at the event itself. What des this mean? She has wisdom and communication-skills to reach all self-development addicts no matter what they call a higher-power. The reference to 250 scriptures might make you say "No way!" However, the references are a boost. The way she explains them will give faith in her way of thinking. It even helped me!By which I mean if you are tired of always going inward( Sometimes we need to know we are great and not alone, right?)
Fantastic! So calming.
As far as I understand she preaches a series on the books topics.
Female - power, friends love
The Kite runner! They both discuss Afghanistan and the people who lives there. This book addresses the female but unlike the follow - up to The kite - runner this leaves you with hope.The help: Also about friends and the fight for FreedomWho asked you? Same topic
She gives each their true voice.
Jack: A brave man who is not afraid to risk his life to save his female friends.
Totally wow - listen! Honesty, I have listened 20 times since buying it and I am delighted to say it still takes me to new levels.
Yes. This is far to amazing to miss. It is indeed a journey inside the head of somebody between here and the other side. It contains laughter, music a Patti smith ref. In short: The best five hours I have spent( Even yogi ' s need a miracle listen.
When Adam land a punk- plan to get into the I.C.U.
She Is one Perfect Reader
I laughed and cried.
This amazing book will wrap - your thoughts around.
I never give listens rankings. This book is more mature. No eye.rolling or "She said he said" you meet a woman who speaks her Truth. Forget any cry-baby pages . This lady knows how to stand-up for herself. My favorite by the author so far. It is better written and if you are digging her earlier books: Grab it! New to the author? You do not need the other stories to enjoy this.
Walking disaster, beautiful disaster, who asked you, out of easy. They all contain great stories about interesting characters. Who asked you? Is in a league of it's own.
Sounded a little too much like Emma Galvin..; that is not a bad thing. The characters should have sounded a bi older.
" The secret brother"
Perfect summer listen. Credit worthy for any girl over 18. Not like 50 shades a all. However does sadly contain a few adult scenes. You can pass them if you prefer they do not contain any info..They have been added to include 50.fans. In my opinion.
I have wanted to get this since season one started. Finally Europeans can listen to this alongside Audible friends accross the globe.
The fact that the book explains her stay in a very realistic way. The sex focus in season one was way too much. I do not have any knowledge about prison, but even I knew the sex stuff was not realistic and the book confirns this.
11:11:11should have gone faster. I was bored out of my mind until chapter three .
I would made it shorter.
This is a memoir... But, okay. "Yoga-Janet"
Where is she today?
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