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Millions of fans have enjoyed the life-changing secrets from James Allen's 100-year-old classic best-seller, As Man Thinketh. Now USA Today and New York Times best-selling author of such works as The Last Valentine, The Lighthouse Keeper, Ticket Home and Paradise Bay gives voice to the book that changed his own life as a young man and set him on the journey he finds himself on today. A must read for all those seeking lasting personal growth and permanent improvements in their life and surroundings.

Public Domain (P)2012 James Michael Pratt

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Distracting music background

Good material, but music is distracting . I wish, there was an option to remove.

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Great book. Distracting music in background.

Amazing words written with very profound meaning but I had a hard time concentrating on the depth of content due to music playing in the background as it was being narrared. Might have to listen a few more times or find another copy.