I concur with the other reviewers. I listen on my commute, and couldn't wait to get back to the car for the next installment.
David Case was much more than a narrator, he acted the parts with his voice and attitude. He brought out the personality of King Henry and the other characters. Quite remarkable. I'm searching around for more books narrated by David.
I loved listened to Heyer books -- more than reading them because the use of language is so much better when HEARD, especially with the British accent. I enjoy the stories, the heroes and the heroines. I am listening to all her books on my commute, and can't wait to get back into the car!
The Nonesuch met all my expectations. Well, almost all. It ended so suddenly, that I feel like something was left out. I felt unsatisfied. I'm tempted to get the actual book to see if it really ended this way, or if the recording just cut off.
I was 20 pounds from ideal weight, 15 lbs to where I would "settle." I've gained weight gradually since age 50, and attributed it to menopause--after all, I exercise strenuously 5 days a week.
I listened to this on a 4 hr plane trip and I was so inspired, that I listened on the way back 6 days later. I downloaded the PDF today, and I'm ready to start the 6 week program.
I've lost 5 lbs in the 10 days since I first listened. I didn't realize how much I was eating. And I'm amazed at how easy it is to stop the cravings. I'm actually leaving food on the plate, even Thanksgiving Day. And, it's much easier to follow my diet program (McDougall). No more excuses and I feel great.
This book focuses on developing habits day by day. Reading it may be a little easier because of the the way she develops each lesson. However, I usually "read" in the car while listening to my IPOD and this version is fine.
I now feel confident that I'll achieve my ideal weight and I'll be able to fit into my skinny clothes by Spring!
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