I listen usually to fiction; this is non-fiction. It is an incredible and spiritual experience, just to listen to it. I have a daughter and son-in-law who are neurologists, MDs who are specially trained in the brain, like Dr. Alexander except their specialty is the chemistry, not the surgery, so I am keenly aware of the training they all had. His training makes his insights on this all the more credible. And it makes it all more amazing. I would recommend it to anyone, of any background, and intend to share it with many members of my family.
Probably his analysis in the Appendix of the things that his experience cannot be because of the non-functioning of his neo cortex during the time of his illness.
Same as the title.
I would be interested to know how the books does; it was just released two months ago.
I love the second book if possible more send cuckoos calling. Congratulations to ms Rowling in her new persona! When's the next one?
I love Stephen King. This little story about a girl lost in the woods is right up there with all the rest of his excellent work.
I don't know how well most guys would appreciate this but this tale about women dealing with such mundane and horrible challenge as divorce, betrayal, illness and aging struck the right note for me, crafter that I am!
These are well-crafted detective stories, from the perspective of the detective's dog. I own and love dogs and I am highly entertained by these
Leon Uris is a Jew and yet if even half of his observations on the history and situation within Arab culture is correct we are wasting our time in the west even trying to give refugee relief, let alone trying to broker peace. In a framework of a novel he does an extraordinary job of telling 1200 years of Islamic history. A lengthy trip a year ago to the region and the observations of both Islamic and Jewish residents further underscores the truths of this book. It is a must read for any educated westerner.
Tremendous story with much applicability to today as America approaches a national health plan and wrestles still with poverty. Beautifully performed, too!
Multifaceted tale; murder mystery on one hand, a history of the South in another way and a history of many small towns all over the United States in another way.
Couldn't stop listening! Looking forward to more Stuart Woods!
Love this series, but where's the next one? Eagerly awaiting this cross between William Krueger and Craig johnson work?! Hope it's sion
I heard the two prequels to this first hard country and backlands, then discovered the series set in the contemporary southwest. McGarrigle writes and plots beautifully and obviously knows his history, his subject and his country! I high recommend these.
Loved the action across the backdrop of the southwest and as always loved George guidalls narration. Now intend to hear all the series
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