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The Name of the Wind
- (Kingkiller Chronicle, Book 1)
- By: Patrick Rothfuss
- Narrated by: Nick Podehl
- Length: 27 hrs and 55 mins
This is a tale of sorrow, a tale of survival, a tale of one man's search for meaning in his universe, and how that search, and the indomitable will that drove it, gave birth to a legend.
- By Joanna on 05-10-11
My first, and so far only, fantasy obsession.
First of: Nick Podehl does an amazing job with the reading, he captures you with an amazing ability of different voices and lively empathy.
The book, oh boy, yes the book, I cannot give you a fair review in all honesty, this was a personal capture for me, listened to it multiple times (all the books Patrick have given out so far anyway).
It is a book (series)that without it, my world would have been less bright in my opinion. I can only hope you experience something similar, if not more.
A review without giving anything about the book itself bc I simply don't know how to start.
May you find a book that captures your complete being with enthusiasm and curiosity. my best to you.
Handbook of the Navigator
- Why You and the Universe Were Meant to Meet
- By: Eric Pepin
- Narrated by: Theo Copeland
- Length: 11 hrs and 31 mins
Get the real answers to having life-changing meditation experiences with a rapid succession of awakenings, which lead to profound feelings of completeness within your being.
A catalyst for a new path of self discovery, striking curiosity and further questions to even the skeptical and logical thinker
- By ALK on 01-31-19
A handbook for the unexplainable
Somehow it took me longer to finish listening to this book than I expected, I've read it and listened to it many times, yet each time it's like life wants to pull you away from finish reading it, people seems to want more of your attention, unexpected struggles to derail your interest. Even so, I care deeply for what this book is and what it does for me. You know "A mind opened to a new experience cannot go back to its old dimension"? something like that anyway.. This doesn't make it justice. See for yourself, you will know.
Thank you Eric Pepin & everyone involved in the making of this book.