Was told it was funny, it's not - thought it was a guide to getting healthily, it isn't. It is an uninformative and boring account of one man's middle age crises. Ship this one.
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I didn't read the book so I don't know but I did listen to it and it was inspiring.
No, I needed to break away and find out how I was going to make the changes in my life I had to make. I was not very far away from it though.
I loved it. It finally got me off my duff and showed me how to change my 70 pound, overweight, sedentary self into someone who now feels much better physically and great mentally (lost 25 pounds and can actually run a mile.) Thanks Rich Roll.
Don't believe the naysayers; Carolyn McCormick's performance is perfect. I’m not sure why some of the reviewers listed here, criticized her reading of the book; they didn’t explain it very convincingly. I can say that I enjoyed her performance from the beginning of Hunger Games to the end of Mockingjay. Her inflections, pacing and oral depiction of the various characters was spot-on. I’d like to say she made a good book better but this book was great to start with and her performance kept it so.
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