I didn't want to just be bumbling along and not ask the right questions. This audio actually helped me to know which questions to even ask and then answers them. Before I listened to this, I took for granted basic questions such as
what juicer should I buy?
what's the best way to clean it?
what to if I don't like the taste?
how can I know what is best to mix?
how much should I drink?
how can I save the juice afterwards?
I'm new to green juicing after watching "Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead". Before I jumped into it, I wanted to make sure I was doing it right and learn more about what each vegetable and what juice does for the body.
Talks to me like a friend. Very welcoming and has a slight motivation bent to his voice.
Yes I listen to it while driving.
The author gives good advice for beginners in green juicing.
It's difficult to position this audiobook with other audiobooks because it stands alone and is unique. The story is disturbing as well as terrifying. Told with great detail the effects of religious prejudice and oppression The dark side is using torture as a method of purification. The lighter side is the resurrection of Imogene and the message she brings of not judging others and radicalism. The reality is that these practice are still being used today.
I liked way the story was told with lots of action and a supernatural undertone. I was totally engrossed with Zantera, Imogene's mother. When they put that leather vest on her and she realized what form of torture it was. I cried. I was completely drawn into this well-conceived story.
Zantera, Imogene's mother is my favorite character. I could feel her fear confusion and disgust as the religious extremist had their way with her.
I did listen to this book in one sitting, how could I not!!
It was so completing and terrifying. What pulled me in was the quick pace and twist and turns of the plot.
This would make a good movie
A friend recommend this audio book to me. I am so stress out caring for my 5 year old ASD daughter, that some days, I have to just walk away and cry. So far I've read this twice and plan to read it again because of the empathetic emotion support, and practical tips which have helped me cope.
I liked the log notes, the part when Alfredano and Star, his daughter talk about their personal feeling concerning Denny's behavior.
Natalya Bykov's voice was very sincere and full of emotion.
Roger Buehler's voice was fatherly and concerned. I was right there with both of these readers.
This was an amazing audio book, I'm glad that this family shared their hard work and overwhelming love for this child with me. Thank you.
My imagination is triggered by both audio and print. Knowing that I get the story in sound as well as picture form makes it is difficult for me to like one version over the other. The story came alive for me in both media.
My favorite character was the 3 horned statue, that guarded the massive gates that separated our earth from the magical. I liked this character because of all the powerful brave creatures fighting to protect. This statue had the final say. It was all powerful and yet it granted a wish "What do you want," which changed the world as we know it today.
Amy Faust's has a wide range of vocal tonality in her voice. She can change her voice to sound like a man or woman. With the five guardians of magic there is a hushed quality that adds a haunting grief to all the sadness.
I liked the introduction which set the tone and mood of the fight that this last living dragon would have to fight to save the earth and all it's creatures. "I will honor my word and I will destroy that world." At the end all was left was human.
This story has a ring of truth to it. Haunting and lovely in it's understand that the old ways are still with us and yet unseen for most of us, except for one. I would like to read or hear more and I know you will too.
I am a Vegan and this books ranks at the top of my list. I have listened to it several times because I find it informative as well as motivating. Knowledge is power. And that's what I needed. My old ways of doing things using only will power, didn't work so well. And now I know why. Understanding how food is processed by my body gave me the knowledge I needed to make this weight loss process work for me.
I read the "Skinny Bitch weight loss guide" This is similar to that book because Weight Loss for Vegans gets right down to the basic's: calories in and calories out. The what's what and why;no fancy talk here just the plain straight facts. I like that about this book it doesn't waste my time.
My favorite new information is the complicated understanding about starvation. I'm told to not go hungry or starve myself. It won't work. Also how my body will eat it's self if my calorie level drops more than 500 calories a day. WOW and all this time, I was trying to lose weight the wrong way.
Craving constant craving. How to work with this need... that just won't go away. I learned it is hard wired into my brain. The cookie monster. The craving for funk food; just can't get away from it. All my life I've had that battle and always lost. This book gave me a strategy that works. Amazing, eating just one bite does not help. I'm told I have to eat it all to succeed in this weight loss game.
I'm going to buy the e-book.
OMG......Brilliant!!!!! This has got to be one of the best zombie apocalypse book series I have ever read. Its like I was there, its realistic, and left me wanting more.The action is intense, edge of your seat, the zombies threatening. The story was filled with electric tension that sent chill up my spine.
"Zombie Attach" was tame compared to "Slow Burn"
Jason Damron has a easy to listen to voice. His voice was full of tension and excitement.
I like Zeb the main character. He's is likeable and brave. He's a regular guy just trying to make sense of a world gone crazy. He's not perfect and has a short fuse, but he's loyal to his friends and can be trusted.
This would make a great movie.
I thought it was intriguing, vividly descriptive and in many ways thought provoking. The lavish scene descriptions painted a picture in my head that just left me in awe and placed me in the center of all the action. I'd say this is an outstanding work due to the demons and obsession theme of the book and how it just all comes back to the games. I thought that the main characters, Adalia and Jamari who are the first of command of a guild of players from the online game The Golden Age were awesome.From the very start of this book I was hooked. It was a thrill ride into a world of war between heaven and hell. war between heaven and hell
I liked the vivid storytelling about the look of the demons, I could feel the fear of the battle between good against evil. There were parts of the story that sent a chill up my spine.
Andrea Emmes's performance was outstanding. I liked the way her voice changed with each character. She had just the right about of tension in her voice. I was swept away.
God's Army stands to fight another day.
I hope there will be another book coming out soon.
This is an enjoyable fantasy world full of a variety of magical creatures. There are elves, dwarves, ogres, talking animals. The passages are highly descriptive, which helped me to get a good picture of Adele's world . There is plenty of action, especially with princess Adele is being tested to see if she really cares for her kingdom and is willing to fright for it. I liked the inner wisdom voice narration of Adele " It was as if she had a 6th sense an inner awareness of the feelings of others."
Harper the Wolf/Dog is my favorite character because he is a reflection of Adele other self. and he can change shapes. There is a bond between them that going deeper than surface appearances.
Adele is my favorite because she has a lot of spunk and courage. And I liked the way she grew from a young girl of eleven, into her true strong self as the story progressed.
I was completely drawn into the story, caught up in a whirl wind of emotions from fear to amazement, laughing one minute and then crying the next. Wonderful thrilling!!!!
The story moved fast with a quick tempo, I didn't want it to end. Hope there will be a sequel.
The story had an electric tension in it. I couldn't let it go, I had to know what would happened next.
When Zeb, Jermone and Murphy were on the road and night was coming. They were
looking for shelter any thing could happen and it did.
The depth of his voice took me deeply into a fearful mind set that was hard to shake loose.
I story had me from the opening. I had to know what would happen next.
This was as good as the first book, maybe better.
Yes, there are some parts of the story that are just so way out there that my imagination
did a flip-flop and I'm not sure where it landed. The story moved very fast it was a wild ride that I'd like to re-visit.
When Zeb first realized he was up against the Zombie's and the fight was on for survival.
Damron did a phenomenal job at giving each character his/her personality and voice throughout the story.
It has sent chills up my spine. The story is finely tuned, edited down to just the most powerful elements they yank me by my eyeballs and create a real sense of terror.
Incredible amounts of fear overcome me as I listened to this book.
Even with the scary ride that I got from the story, I kept listening because I had to know how it all would turn out.I was swept away.Highly recommend for all zombie fans
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