on the top shelf with my favorite books. a disconcerting book that asked me to look at a lot of old beliefs that when honestly examined, without rancor toward anyone, question what i choose to accept as reality. refreshing and liberating. i feel the author turned himself inside out to be as authentic a human being as possible, share that valuable experience and knowledge and not to be missed.
the new testament of the bible and autobiography of a yogi because they are simple, unique and respectful of other people's beliefs, cultures and religions. i find these three books helpful in resolving the conflicts that accompany being a human beling and bring about a peace that is a divine right when you're willing to be that brave...i'm still trying!
yes. his narration of the four agreements. i found his performance to be excellent.
i'm not telling...
i enjoyed and gained something very valluable from both of these books.
Spoiler alert....if you have not read the last of the trilogy stop reading....I may be off on my time clock but, stone may still be around. Finn is back, Annabelle with all her cash is here too. Finally, all those old fa*ts can start living in a custom I want them to. After kicking so much arse, they deserve it. Excellent short story, I'm looking for more. I fully expect Annabelle, Finn and the club to move this forward. Baldacci, the rose just about lost it's bloom. I'm done with our club doing all the work, living in semi-acceptable quarters.
Yes. Read above.
Yes, It was a short story.
Suspend disbelief, enjoy it. Dallas dream act, bring back the team with young Finn and Annabelle starting a new series--stone and the gang... Glad baldacci isn't moving closer to some authors who pontificate about the reality of our world, boring the heck out of me....I can always buy or listen to a newspaper for that.
It's clever but, definitely meant for adults.
It's laugh out loud funny.
It's free, short and funny. Can't beat that with a stick.
ms. siler did an excellent job of researching and writting this book. As did mr. skla in narrating it. A book for anyone interested in California's history re wineries and the mondavi family, an integral part, quite generous in spirit, despite family squabbles, like the rest of us, in that process.
when a seaoned mondavi executive was confronted by a young mondavi kid saying in jest...i think i'll keep you all...similar to when young prince harry said...look at all the peasants, when he was 3 yrs old....the exec said...i'd like to take him out back and beat the shit out him....it was priceless.
every aspect of the lovely scenary that accomplies a book about vineyards.
my reaction to this book is that i found it be an excellent selection and couldn't recommend it more highly.
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