The advice in this book was right on the money.
The various case studies were a great way to take the abstract and make it concrete.
Anyone who wants to be inspired to write a book should listen to this one. By the time your done listening you'll be ready to write.
This one is very cute. A witch reads the story and she does a fun introduction where she is sympathetic to the evil queen. It is very fun.
It had an ending I didn't expect and really liked. This is not Disney's version.
I have not, but I would.
Yes. It is a nice length for a short car ride or for a child to listen to before bed.
I enjoyed this version of Snow White and I think it is a story children would want to listen to over and over.
I loved this audio book. It is not read by a professional but the story is so good that I couldn't wait to hear who was reading the next chapter. While some of the readers were better than others they were all wonderful.
I loved the ending when he finds his wife and also realizes that this is not the end. The martians will be back.
I liked the narrators brother. He went out of his way to help complete strangers when others did not.
After the martians are dying the narrator goes into a fugue state and some kindly strangers take care of him. I love hearing about human compassion during great catastrophes.
I took a chance buying the $.98 version instead of the $4.95 version. I was not dissappointed. This is a great reading by amateurs and I felt I got more than my money's worth. I look forward to hearing it again.
Yes. The author reads the book and he is very entertaining to listen to. He often goes off script so it sounds like you are listening to a podcast, not a book.
While it does have good advice the best part of this book is how he gets you excited about following your dreams.
I have not listened to any others. I assume they would be similar.
I wanted to go start a business and had to remind myself that it is not as easy as he makes it seem.
If you like business self help books that are like cheerleaders then listen to this one. Anyone who liked Four-Hour work week will like this.
This is a great book for all Michael Harvey fans. Make sure you read The Third Rail first since this is more of a part 2 than a stand alone novel. Still, his books are amazing. He gives you all the ingredients you need, and then starts cooking a complex and intense mystery. You think you know where the story is going and it veers off into an alley filled with danger and deceit. You won't want to put this book down.
The main character, Michael Kelly, reminds me of old time dectectives. He hunts down the answer no matter how his life is affected.
He is easy to listen to and to me sounds like Michael Harvey should.
A deadly pathogen release isn't the most dangerous issue in Michael Kelly's Chicago. Will he have time to find out what is?
I recommend you read the Michael Kelly mysteries in order, and when you do you will be eager to read We All Fall Down.
Yes. Listening to this book takes you back in time. It is perfect for a long drive and has a storyline that everyone will enjoy.
The wisdom of Ty Sackett. He sees the world different than the people around him and it is profound.
Ty Sacket, the narrator, is my favorite character.
Yes. I didn't want to stop listening until it was over.
Any western by Louis L'Amour is a great western but this one rises to the top.
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