Dr. Dyer is a charming, comedic and charismatic speaker who has done his homework. He has obviously read many spiritual works and combines many of their common threads in this book to share many examples and reasons that helped me understand how there can be a solution for every problem. You have to understand that the solutions he talks about are spiritual and not so much physical, although he does share some physical actions and ideas to help you manifest your desires. Mostly, this book has helped me to relate to problems in a very different way. It has helped me change my mind about how to live a happy and contented life. Now, I listen to it at night when I can't sleep, and then I relax and can sleep. I can't tell you how many times I have listened to it. I've lost count.
Not really. The plot was soooo obvious. There were no twists and the "smart" protagonist lacked brains.
No. I listened to it, but wondered why I did it. I doesn't go anywhere. The dog makes discoveries, but most of them are not at all believable even if you suspend disbelief. The discoveries only serve to further the plot. Too bad. Maybe the next one will be better. There is a bit of hope that maybe the author will mature in writing ability.
The narrator could easily be a "valley guy." He often ends sentences on an up-raised voice, rather than dropping it. There were many places where I thought, well he has not read that before, because he doesn't have a clue where the sentence is going.
It did help me sleep.
I love all the Stephanie Plum books. The earlier ones were better, but once a fan, always a fan. Lula, Ranger, Grandma Mazur, Stephanie, Connie, they're all there and Lorelei King does an ever amazing job. If I were to read these books, I would hear her interpretation of the characters and be forever happy about that. She has amazing range for her characterizations. If I weren't such an avid fan, I don't know that I would give it four stars overall. So if you are a fan, enjoy. BTW, you can not start here if you have never read Stephanie Plum book. You HAVE to start at number one and work your way up.
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