I read this book in print form many years ago and loved it. The awful Australian accents, mispronounciations of common words, and Father Ralph's nasal, plummy tones have made the audiobook an exercise in frustration.
Carolyn Myss is just relentlessly negative and angry. It's like there's some imaginary listener who has been too demanding or something - a section can start off very positively, and then the next thing there's her strident voice telling us what terrible people we are.
I would but a book by Sandra - she has some great things to say.
I've bought several of Carolyn's books, and with this one I've finally learned my lesson. Never again.
I hadn't read Barbara Erskine before, but chose this book because I'd listened to Davina Porter. It was a great choice - I've loved every moment. Davina is a wonderful reader!
This audio is promoted as a dialogue - It's not, though! Wayne Dwyer monopolises the content, is repetitive and self-promoting. And the prologue is long, boring, AND repeated in the content. When Deepak does get to speak, Wayne recaptures centre stage very quickly. In future I will only purchase the books the Deepak Chopra authors alone. He has a great deal more to offer.
This book has really irritated me, but I gave it 2 stars because some of the content is very thought provoking.
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