I find a book most interesting when I can identify with the material (not too lofty), when the material is presented in a manner that is understandle for the average jane functioning in today's society, when it's presented with humor and when I have a couple ah-ha moments. This book met all of those criteria. Besides being funny at times and totally down to earth, it broadened my perspective. I especially enjoyed Caroline Myss's voice and intonation (although I don't believe everyone will). It was animated enough that I could almost picture her speaking. This is a book I'll listen to more then once because I'll get more out of it each time.
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