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More enthusiasm and voice work needed

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Reviewed: 2020-11-25

what an excellent science fiction story. I wish the performance could have been more engaging, and I miss the cop character (Da Shi [sp]) having a distinct voice as he did in the first book of the series

i love trees more now

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Reviewed: 2020-04-01

I didn't think it was possible to love the forest and this planet more than I did, but I now legitimately ache for the day we can understand the language of trees and mycelium, insofar as it can be understood by mammals.

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Team Atreides

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Reviewed: 2020-03-02

I usually scoff at books about a space-future that is just a thinly disguised medieval power struggle story, but I have to say that this book is acclaimed for good reason. Like, for example, how I was talking like some kind of aristocrat during the first paragraph of this review. Usually that doesn't happen, but Dune made it happen. Props.

an audio page-turner

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Reviewed: 2020-02-13

This is an amazing story, so much the better for being brought to life by an excellent narrator!

the second coming of Buddhism.

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Reviewed: 2019-09-26

Imagine the benefit of modern neuroscience telling us with empirical precision what ancient geniuses told us with intuitively arrived-at aphorisms.

listen close

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Reviewed: 2019-09-03

amazing must-read for humans, might wanna look at actual pages for some of the tables/figures etc.

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oh, dear...

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Reviewed: 2019-04-11

It took us a while, but here we are... new speak... news peak... peak news, uninformed mes and yous, living off outrage-juice. What a story he brews; my faith in us is bruised, but if you think it's ever gonna break, you don't think true. I love you, dear reader, and there are only ever 4 lights, plus the ideas in your heart/mind are SO bright. It's our life, it's your life, add a y/why and see your free spirit fly with us (there's no "them")... and this guy. <3

Yo, Satterfield, bring that beat back one mo time

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Reviewed: 2019-01-07

The examples given, as well as the explicit explanations of the various aspects of cognitive behavioral therapy discussed in this book, have made me want to give it a listen through another time, taking notes. I say that because I was basically half listening to it while moving into a new place, and my understanding of the things holding us back in life was still noticeably improved.

Just talk about it

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Reviewed: 2018-11-14

For good f***ing's sake, just be honest to people you fuck about who you fuck, if they would like to know that info (a preference which you should already have asked about, tactfully. Yes it is difficult to do well). Don't forget to keep 'em gloves on, and get tested. Variation in audio quality was a minor gripe of mine.

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complex energy flows

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Reviewed: 2018-09-24

using unfamiliar language to describe very familiar phenomena makes this book a very effective way to gain perspective on things most of us probably think about daily.

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