It's not a pyramid scheme and he's not out to sell you anything - these are the two unspoken promises that Worre should have listed at the start of his book. Though it begins with an infomercial feel and a hyped-up story of success, if the reader can suspend his or her doubt long enough to give Worre a chance, he or she will find that he has good advice to share and valuable pointers for any network marketer, from the complete beginner to the seven-figure-a-year expert.
"Feeling ripped off"
Brotherhood in Death is the latest installment in the In Death series, which is about Detective Eve Dallas. She is investigating the disappearance of Edward Mira, the cousin-in-law of her colleague and friend, Charlotte Mira, a profiler for the police department. What starts as a disappearance case quickly turns into a murder case with decades-old roots. The case is much more than Eve bargained for. Please note: This is a summary and analysis of the book, not the original book.
"Wish I could rate it less than one star."
Between 1999 and 2012, Vince Flynn published 13 books in the Mitch Rapp series. He self-published his first book, but it quickly caught the attention of a publisher and later appeared on the New York Times best-seller list for paperbacks. Flynn's second novel, Transfer of Power, introduced the character of CIA agent Mitch Rapp. In October 2007, his ninth book, Protect and Defend, rose to number one on the New York Times best-seller list.
"This is only a summary"
The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up is a smash hit nonfiction book by Marie Kondo. It was published in 2014 by Ten Speed Press. Author Marie Kondo introduces her KonMari method of tidying and getting rid of clutter. Kondo urges listeners to start by discarding items then organizing the home to create space in not only the home but the mind. Kondo claims that reorganizing a space can bring positive change into one's life.
A Man Called Ove is a marvelous, heart-warming story about life and love. It tackles hard questions while keeping things light with contemporary humor. Over the course of the story, a listener of any age will grow to like and relate to Ove. Furthermore, the non-linear timeline keeps the plot interesting and suspenseful.
This book, the first of a trilogy, follows Sasha Riggs, an unusual woman with the gift of prophetic dreams and a second sight that allows her to paint the future. In following the images of her dreams, she travels to Greece and meets five other seekers, each with their own unique gifts and secrets.
As Donald Trump prepares to run for president in the 2016 presidential campaign, more attention has been drawn to his manner of business and how he made it so big in the world. Trump started off in a middle class family and is now one of the wealthiest Americans. Trump: The Art of the Deal, gives the listener a glimpse into how Donald Trump conducts his business and how he made it to where he is today.
"just a summary. not the whole book."
In Tricky Twenty-Two, the 22nd book in Janet Evanovich's Stephanie Plum series, Stephanie Plum finds even more adventure in her seemingly boring life. Working as a bounty hunter for her cousin Vinnie's bail bond business, she encounters some interesting characters. This time, these charades put Stephanie in the middle of a triple murder investigation. How will this end? Will her life be in danger? In this book, Stephanie experiences everything from the odd to the dangerous.
Jack Reacher is a curious man. However, his curiosity may just get him killed this time. In Make Me: A Jack Reacher Novel, Lee Childs spells out the winning combination of adventure and suspense. When Jack Reacher gets off the train in a middle-of-nowhere town, he is met with more than he has bargained for. This town is shaded in mystery.
"We all know Jack."
The Crossing is a book by long-time renowned author Michael Connelly and is the 22nd installment in the Hieronymus "Harry" Bosch series. In this novel, Bosch teams up again, albeit unwillingly, with formidable defense lawyer Mickey Haller to find out the truth about the mystery surrounding the brutal murder of a famous West Hollywood resident.
The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins was a smash hit when it was published in 2015 by Penguin Books. A narrator describes a burial site by train tracks, marked with only a tiny pile of stones. The narrator states there isn't much to mark the grave, but they didn't want to leave it without remembrance. An unnamed narrator. They are losing consciousness, confused. The listener assumes they are dying.
"The narrator isn't the greatest, analysis shallow."
Sebastian Rudd, once an up-and-comer in the legal realm is now a street lawyer who takes the unwanted cases of the not-so-innocent or the guilty without a chance of innocence. He has failed at being a father as well. His son is living with his ex-wife and her life partner who hates Sebastian with a passion. When cases combine and his son is in trouble, Sebastian jumps into action. Though his tactics are not always above board, a new softer Sebastian emerges to be both a better father and lawyer, at least in part.
Will Traynor had the ideal life. He was living how he wanted and loving it. Until the accident. Louisa Clark enjoys her simple life. Then, suddenly, the café she works in closes and she finds herself without a job. Her family is struggling and really needs the income. Through the help of the Job Center, Louisa gets an interview to be a care taker. Not her ideal job, but it pays well. Will and Louisa despise one another at first. However, as time goes on, Will becomes determined to make Louisa see the potential she is shutting away by not getting out there.
The Nightingale takes listeners into the world of German-occupied France during WWII. Set against the backdrop of war, the author explores the themes of love, family, and survival. The story unfolds in two sometimes intersecting plot lines - that of sisters Vianne Mauriac and Isabelle Rossignol - and follows their experiences during the war. The two women view and react to the war in very different ways, but ultimately are united by their shared commitment to family and the will to live.
This book was written as a nonfiction letter to the author's son and is about the author's experience as a black man in America.
Strengths Finder 2.0 is the new and revised version of the original Strengths Finder assessment, published in 1998. There is a stronger emphasis on action in this version, as the reports provided by this newer assessment also provide users with personalized recommendations for action. This way, not only are they told that they can change their lives, they are given advice on how to do it. Rath makes the point that even though many people share the same talents, the ways in which these talents and themes manifest themselves are different for each individual, making each of us unique.
The Atlantis Gene is a fast-paced story covering a variety of topics from today's headlines - terrorism and counter-terrorism, genetics research, and conspiracy theories - woven with elements of World Wars I and II, the search for the lost city of Atlantis, human evolution theories, and even a love story or two. The various elements are woven together seamlessly to create an absorbing novel that will keep listeners tuned in until the very end, emerging to wonder where the time has gone.
This is a summary and analysis of the book and not the original book. Living Forward is a book on how to plan your life instead of just live it, drifting from one temporary situation to the next. The coauthors, Michael Hyatt and Daniel Harkavy, offer their decades of life and career experience to listeners through a specific set of outlines and guidelines they call Life Planning.
When Breath Becomes Air is the autobiography of author Paul Kalanithi and is the only book he has written. This summary will cover the important concepts in the best-selling book by the beloved writer. The book is written in two parts, and each section will be condensed into a concise narrative, so the listener can understand the gist of it quickly.
The Life We Bury tells the story of a young man seeking to escape the trap of his less than ideal upbringing while redeeming a dying man convicted of rape and murder 30 years before. It highlights the struggle of a young man creating his own home, an old man seeking peace at the end of his life, as well as the ghosts of experiences that haunt them.