Someone who needs to switch on their brain to the positive effects of healthy eating and exercise. I'm not in that place. I already have had this transformation at the age of 50. I eat non processed food, no added sugar, protein with every meal, reduced carbs and exercise.
There was a lot of positive brain feedback in the book, it would be great for someone just starting on the journey.
I'd like a book that actually explains how to put together a exercise plan. One that explains the exercises and how they are performed and what they do. I'd like more information on diet plans.
The narrator had a lovely voice, no particular favourite. I liked the readers who talked about themselves and how their lives had been changed. I see it was bill himself as narrator, he really sold the concept well but as I said, I was expecting more info on exercise.
Just a bit of all the same info throughout, needed more info to present. I was bored.
Oh yes, I felt like I was actually there on dune, the sounds, the background wind whistling, the beautiful voices of the actors, the heartbeat in the background when the baron was in the scene. I was transformed into the story.
Paul with his hand in that box, it was amazingly read. I could almost smell his burning flesh. And that reverend mother, she was horrible to Paul.
I loved the image of the baron with his pustules, his fat and his nephew. So dreadfully horrible. I loved the voice of the baron, he sounded really frightful.
If I could I would... It was a very long book but that was one of the reasons I wanted to listen to it, I wanted a long time out of life. I wanted to immense myself in a story for a long time. I listened to it in the car, at the gym, on the lawnmower.... I also rewound it many times to listen again and again to the really good bits.
The narration made this an amazing experience, the sounds, the readers and the beautiful voices made this unforgettable. Well worth the money. Did not disappoint.
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