As Don prepares to say his last goodbyes to his loving wife, Robert attempts to change Don's perspective about his mortality and proposes an exceptionally unique option. Robert leads Don through an astounding meditation of life and death and reveals various healing and spiritual concepts including walk-ins, embodiment and soul destiny. On this magical journey of self realization, Don discovers that it's never too late to learn profound life lessons about ourselves and our loved ones.
©2009 Hay House; (P)2009 Hay House
Mysteries, classics, non-fiction, time travel, Bounty hunters, grim reapers... anything but vampires, please!
I generally devour all audible books and even like poorly narrated ones (to put me to sleep at night).
After 500 or so downloads, I finally found a book I hate! This went beyond bad narration. Bad writing, no character development, extremely wacked-out plot premise, unrealistic character reactions. Way out there... and way bad. Good thing it was free.
Did you know that suppressed emotion causes cancer, or causes it to spread? Me neither. The author evidently believes so.
I tried to stick it out, but about three-quarters in, when the author got into blather about the "three spiritual bodies" that inhabit a person's physical body -- and a dog's physical body -- I gave up on this book. Isn't the very term "spiritual body" oxymoronic?
The author is no doubt sincere in his beliefs. This reader doesn't care to be prosyletized about them.
i have agonised for the first hour and a half and was wondering if it was all me, i am glad to see i am not the only one who is finding this hard to swallow. I know the topic is not an easy one. I am actually wishing it all ends........soon
I thought this utterly awful and immature book was made worse by its narrator, who whined the dialog. A ridiculous waste of computer space. Even at free it wasn't worth the download or my listening time. I gave it the one star only because a rating is forced. It doesn't count ... the book deserves no star.
What a painful listen. The story/book itself is not awful, but the delivery is so bad that you find yourself repeating the lines as they SHOULD have been read. It unfolds like amateur night at the play house!
Avid listener, teacher of English as a foreign language in Mexico City. Very interested in recommendations.
It only got my attention at the very end.
The narrator really needs to work on her reading aloud, she's a novice.
This book did inspire me: never to listen to a bad book again. From now on, an audiobook will have to grab my attention in the first chapter and have a narrator who can at least pronounce basic words. Her voice was shrill and bland, as other reviewers have mentioned, especially when raised, and every time she said "farmiliar"--"familiar" with an unnecessary "r"--I wanted to abandon the book. Too bad I didn't before it abandoned the reader, with an advertisement for the sequel and barely a pretense of an attempt at a credible ending to the first one--unless I was so bored by that time that I missed it.
The book itself is at once mystical and banal, a mash-up of new age fantasy and self-help assertions.
The only interesting moment - and a weird one it is - is the protagonist discovering that he has always felt most comfortable expressing his feelings by wiggling his butt, but that his tail has always been too short.
Evidently, it isn't possible to give a zero star rating, but the book was free, and worth every penny I paid for it.
The reader isn't bad, somewhat bland and expressionless, but maybe that's her reaction to the book.
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