Have you noticed things mysteriously move around? Keys don't stay put, wallets transport to different places, and socks go missing from the laundry. We observe reality shifts when things appear, disappear, transform or transport, and when we experience changes in time. Reality shifts range from the sublime (missing socks and synchronicity) to completely astonishing (the dead seen alive again; objects appearing out of thin air; spontaneous remission; traveling far in a very short time). Learn how to live lucidly to create a life you love, positively influence the future and the past, and transform sabotage into strength.
©1999, 2006, 2012 Cynthia Sue Larson (P)2014 Cynthia Sue Larson
The narration. The material is STELLAR stuff - but the author, despite the fact that she is the person who put these words on the page, was constantly stumbling over them, reading sentences incorrectly and not making corrections - which made me go back and relisten to what she said more than twice. Do us a favor, please, and pay the extra for voice talent - you and we will be happier with the end result!
no characters in this book
see above. Author has a lovely voice, however, constant stumbling over and mis speaking what she is reading is very annoying and off-putting.
no. the CONCEPT of this book would make one facet of an excellent basis for an ongoing series.
"Great Information Twinned With Awful Narration"
Anyone interesting in the mandela effect and/or creating their own reality will love & benefit from this information if they can get past the truly awful, unedited narration.
Have someone else read it.
No. Absolutely not. Cynthia Larson has a lovely voice that is perfect for audible narrations however she has obviously never listened to an audio book. She seems to have recorded the book in one take without editing out mistakes and splicing in corrections. Her stumbling over words is distracting but when she actually makes mistakes and doesn't bother to correct them it really detracts from the information.
I was very disappointed. This book was highly recommended and I can see why as the information it contains is great. However, I decided to buy the audible version and it is truly awful. The author even narrates titles of pictures and gives the ISBN number. Then she goes through the book stumbling over her words and you can hear the delight in her voice when she gets through a particularly "difficult" passage without making a mistake.
To the author:Either pay for a professional narrator or pay for an audio engineer or at least learn how to do it yourself for crying out loud. People who listen to audible books expect the same quality and professionalism that readers get from hard copy books. Would you be happy if your editor released your book with multiple typos and grammatical errors??? I bet not. Well listeners to audible titles expect the same respect you give to your readers!
This title should be getting 5 stars across the board instead of frustrating listeners with bad audio narration.
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