Doncaster, Australia | Member Since 2015
Wayne Dyer's erroneous zones was the first book I picked up in the 1980's when life turned pear shaped for me. having him talk to me in my car daily has not only relaxed me but opened up unexpected possibilities. It's not rocket science but his voice is calming and that can only be positive to my concentration, my inner peace and my outlook on life. I recommend this book if you wish to be challenged to do better in your life.
As I said in the opening the language was quite startling and considering I was driving through a car park listening through the speakers in my car with the roof down, I had to quickly turn it off in case I caused offence. Now I am prepared for open spaces.
JK Rowlings knows how to set a scene and does it just as effectively in this tale. It is quite a dark story and whilst I am only half way though I really wanted to warn people that they may not want to play it aloud in the earshot of others.
The characters are great and the story is gritty, would I listen again? Probably not but am I enjoying it, yes.
Fun, Unexpected, mesmerising
The neighbour being willing to bury the dead guy.
Oberon, is a very amusing character.
Where legends come to life
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