Jillian, and the stories she has to tell are really interesting. This interview though, was really spoiled by Susie's Bright's ego I guess. Ms Bright has an undesirably long introduction and then doesn't let the poor interviewee actually respond to the question as Ms Bright seems to want to talk more than she does want to interview. The second half, when Jillian is allowed to get a word in, is really quite interesting.
LeVar Burton's performance in this sequel is on par with Lou Diamond Phillip's reading of the original Celestine Prophecy. This audiobook is unfortunately let down by lower quality audio. I cringed at the background music when each chapter title was read.
But it is a sufficiently engaging story and reading, to put that out of your mind after a while.
It's great to read a book that resonates so well with my life and the world around me.
This story had too many tangential travels for my liking. It's like reading a review that suddenly... oh look a butterfly..
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