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A personal essay about what makes Canada awesome from Neil Pasricha, the international-bestselling author of The Book of Awesome, and the Audible Original, How to Get Back Up.

©2018 Neil Pasricha (P)2018 Audible Originals, LLC.

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I’m ready to move

I thoroughly enjoyed this expose’! What the author shares I know to be true. Having been to Canada several times, I appreciate the culture, the norms, & the people. The only down side, & I know this from living in Minnesota, is the prolonged cold winter!

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Enjoyable little listen

Sweet tribute by a native to the country he loves. I enjoyed learning a little bit more about my neighbors to the north. I’ve no doubt that Canada is awesome.

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Inloved with Canada

Optistic and very positiv story of living in Canada and being a canadian. Was nice to listen it during my way to work.

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Interesting

This has been a quite interesting overview of Canada, very nice historical events mentioned, very pleasant to listen.

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It was OK

It was interesting but I just couldn't get into it. #Addiction #ITried #SorryNotSorry #Canada #NiceTry #Tagsgiving #Sweepstakes

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Unexpected

I don't remember how or when I picked up this title. After finishing a draining long book I found this in my library and gave it a listen. The beginning with the bank calendars did not give me hope. Soon though, his utopic musings started to sound very appealing. I can see why so many people choose to live there. Were I not so firmly established where I am, his descriptions made me think that maybe I could choose the same.

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I'm disappointed

I think the beginning of this 30 mins listen was beautiful, the vivid and breathtaking depiction of the scenery of Canada and it’s changes of seasons, and it made me wish I grew up in a country where there are four seasons. However, things went downhill pretty fast after that. The rest of the audio felt pretty much like a propaganda of how everyone should become a Canadian and how awesome Canada is. The author’s narration was quite good and I’m a sucker for authors narrating their own books but unless you are fond of propagandas, I don’t think anyone would like this audio.



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