Yes. Only caveat - see additional comments.
Well when I heard it I immediately thought of James Patterson, although it's nothing like those graphic serial killer books, or is it...?1984? No, not really that either. Unique to me!
I thought I had, but it was someone else apparently. He's great!
My only complaint of this fantastic book is... the sexualization of women and obsession with their appearance. The odd thing is that I think that is part of the point. They seem to want to help you (without every saying it) realize this is terribly wrong in our culture and unhealthy to be so warped that women's looks are nearly all that matter, but then they do they thing they seem to disprove of. Nearly every woman is referred to this way judgementally, no so the men. The books becomes part of the real problem that could have been exposed. Or I'm imagining the good, and they are really just that obsessed with looks? If I hadn't listened to his radio program, I'd really lean toward the later. Otherwise, it would have most likely been five stars across the board. Even so I would not discourage anyone from listening to it at all.
Only reviewed audio, but see no clear benefit to a print version.
I have started to listen to her 168 Hours book which I didn't realize was hers, so of course similar.
I honestly don't remember.
Use my time more efficiently and seriously consider if our family could switch from night orientation to morning. Seems like a big switch. Motivating and helps you choose you're life, rather than just let it happen.
Not sure the mornings work for all families. There are time constraints in the morning that are not so present at night. Of course maybe we'd use it more effectively and not 'drag' at night...? Also, maybe we wouldn't be grouchy in the morning if we got to bed earlier. Yes, we 'know' a lot of this, but unless we're doing all of it, we apparently need to be reminded!
I REALLY WANT MY CREDIT BACK!!! >:[ Biggest waste of my time and money in the past year... seriously, and I couldn't stand to listen to more than 17 minutes. I had to restart it twice before that convincing myself it will get better, they're just trying to shock you. No, no, it doesn't get better. Two references to masterbastion, two to breasts and I shut it off at Jim imagining someone starting to disrobe the second reference to breasts. That did it. That doesn't include references to gay bars, decapitation, and one use of the F word so far. This was only 17 minutes worth!! Does the author have NO sense of audience? Obviously, why did I ask. The main readers will be those who love the Cat Who series, who more likely aren't the biggest fans of trash... DUH.
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