I was intrigued at how she "got away with it" before listening to this book. Now I'm left wondering what the heck really did happen?!? I enjoyed this book. A little self gratifying by Baez, but not so much that its unforgivable.
No mention of fairy tale creatures like God.
Managed to sit through the first 5 minutes then realized that "God" had been mentioned more often than not.
Didn't sit through enough.
It would be great if Audible would make special notes about religious based material for users to easily identify if the item will fit the readers belief system.
Someone who is deeply into weirdo spiritual journey type stuff, not someone looking for straight forward wisdom.
The flakiness. The creeptacular narration. That damned finger cymbal type chime. Just flakey all the way.
His voice and slow -trying -to-sound-wise tone was impossible to listen to. Creepy all the way. With a more concise better speaking narrator and no damned chiming I would've tried sitting through this book. It's just too much.
I would've used a professional narrator who can speak eloquently and concisely.
Very easy to get caught up in the story and engage with the characters. Love it!
The tone was boring, the contents unhelpful and drawn out- nothing inspiring or new here. Really wish I have saved my money on this one.
Something with some life and zest.
I have no idea.
The voice of piggy grated on my nerves.
I wouldn't put anyone else through reading this.
Disappointment and regret.
This one just wasn't for me.
The authors voice and accent are charming, but some decent volume editing software would've really made this alot better. Can't hear some, turn it up..... BLAM!! Shouting and bruised brain!
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