never read the print version
This book was hard to put down.
Love books that show a different view of the world. The challenges and culture of north Africa - their perspective when coming to America.Not to take away from the story. A little querky - kept you on your toes.
When I saw the size of the download - I found myself wondering how the author would manage to keep my interest to the end. I listen rather than read books for a reason.
The many twists and turns in this end of the world novel will keep you listening. The storyline reminded me of Stephan King's the Stand but with enough to keep it unique and definitely much more graphic and violent.
Second book in series not quite a good as the first, but still a great way to lose yourself for a few hours.
Great reader. The book kept my attention. However, thought I purchased a historical novel and romance not exactly my thing.
Great read for those who do want a romance.
Wasn't sure what to expect, as I had read Covey in the past and thought that it might be a little dry for an audio book. It was the exact opposite. A well put together summary and quotes of his best work and resonates with his "Eighth Habit" teachings.
Bought this book in error. The femme history romance doesnt appeal - listened to it anyway and found it okay.
Would appeal to someone who likes the genre.
Thought I would enjoy and kept trying to get into the book - but found the main character unrelatable.
This is a teen book with an entertaining premise that is interesting enough for adults to enjoy.
Took the course and it had a big impact on how I view myself and others ever after.
Takes the 21 golden rules and gives updated examples. Can't believe that he originally wrote the book 100 years ago and how the material is still fresh and applicable.
I read the reviews and thought I'd give it a try. It was a pleasent book on second chances and not being afraid to follow your heart.
One reason I love to read(& listen) is the ability to experience different world views. It allows you to see your own with more clarity. This book scores points for me from this perspective and covers what God's world view is and how he sees us - not us him as is the case with most faith based books
Dale Carnegie said "first put yourself in the shoes of the other person".
Not throwing your hands up and saying "I screwed up - God please fix it", but taking the time to explore where you should be putting your energy and let the Lord guide the steps to a solution.
No. You want to take it in pieces and reflect.
Great book for those who are getting stalled in life's journey and need to reenergize.
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