Can this book truly and dramatically help your relationship with your children, spouse, parents, etc...In my opinion, yes.
My parenting challenge is not difficult or extreme. I never really thought that I had to improve my parenting style or approach a great deal. But I did have a progressively difficult time with my 8 year old in the last 6 month. So I got this book with a credit. And I have noticed a difference within a week with my child....and my spouse, and myself.
If you think you could use parenting relationship advice, listen to this book. If you don't think you need to read this book, then you definitely need to...
It is applicable to any parent with children of any age. Make sure you read past the first two chapters. From there, you will be hooked.
Peter Hamilton, in my opinion, is one of the most talented sci-fi writers out there right now. And if you enjoy intelligent, hard core sci-fi epics, Hamilton is the author for you.
Having said that, why would you want to waste a credit or cash on a almost 3 hour story? My answer would be to decide if you would enjoy his books. Rather than waste a credit or cash on a more expensive book, try this short story.
The story is a good one and will give you a solid idea of what to expect from him. Listen past 1 hour and 35 secs because that is when the story picks up and you will see the type of twists and mind blowing possibilities that Hamilton can deliver.
Stephen Baxter, in my opinion, is the most gifted and most entertaining science fiction writer out there. He takes your mind to locations, times, and possibilities that you would have never imagine. And more importantly, he makes it fun to be there.
Cilia of Gold is a book that the talent involved had fun making as well. The production and narration were entertaining and appropriate. Where else can you learn that it snows in Mercury and want to know more...
Audible, if you are reading, please add more talent like Baxter to your science fiction selections (and Peter Hamilton, Gregory Benford, David Brin...)
Don't get this thinking that it will be your typical Koontz book. It's not. It is almost like someone else wrote it. Having said that, someone new to Koontz may like it.
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