Martha Beck has some interesting ideas to share.
She was very detailed about different characters. Her voice is easy to listen to and keep you entertained.
Taking the time to stay quiet and connect with something greater than yourself, the universe. Learning to recognize everything and everybody are connected.
On my search for peace, direction, spiritual enlightenment, whatever you would like to call it, this book offers some new ideas. The practice of meditation can be a challenge.
I enjoyed the conversation with Alice Sebold explaining the story in her own words. I enjoyed the audio version better. I read the book about a year or so before I listened to the audio version.
I liked her details in the story, the feelings, and the emotions that she went through. She shared many raw emotions. I cried with her and related to her story as she told it in a powerful and vulnerable way.
I had a hard time stopping the audio and found myself staying up late just to hear what happened next.
This is a gripping and detailed story about her rape.
I had heard about Jon Huntsman, but never knew much about him. This was a great story about his life and the work he has done in his life.
I would compare this to "How to win friends and Influence People." This book relates the way to carry yourself in business and life. Talks about how to stay true to yourself and your knowledge of right and wrong and how this will influence your life for the better.
How Jon was awarded a scholarship to go to school.
This supported my studying of Microbiology and tested your knowledge about key concepts. Well narrated.
I really liked that they gave time between questions to come up with the answer.
Each chapter has the author and chapter heading, which I think is what someone reviewed as an advertisement, it is simply separating each topic. It is only about 15 seconds, so I would fast forward through that.
This really gave a great review/overview of each chapter that is covered in a first semester Microbiology class.
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