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my new favourite

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Reviewed: 11-10-2020

beautifully written. she has a way with words (and the things that she notices in the world).
The narration was just so perfect.
loved every minute

An important read.

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Reviewed: 16-08-2020

this was simple, humble and important. Thank you Archie Roach, for sharing your story. And, of course, for sharing your music.

Fun to listen to, with a wealth of information

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Reviewed: 05-06-2019

This book is filled with gems. It will unsettle your assumptions, and your patterns in relation to eroticism and sex in the context of a relationship. It will add something positive, but it will do so gently. whatever it adds will be completely of your choosing

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Listened to this while running

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Reviewed: 29-04-2018

This wasn't what I was expecting, but I enjoyed listening while I was running. It became a treat that I looked forward to; each run I would listen to another chapter.
refreshing to have a Writer write about running. I have read things that Runners write about running, but it doesnt compare. Murakami has a beautiful way with words.
The narrator was just right for this story!
It wasn't life changing, but it was really 'nice'!

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Esther has a lovely style

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Reviewed: 14-07-2017

This is a nice example of couples work. It has something to offer the therapist, and also those in a relationship who feel that their communication could be better

Thoroughly enjoyed it!

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Reviewed: 11-07-2017

This is the first fiction book I have listened to. I put it on half way through a 12 hour drive. It wasn't quite finished when I arrived my destination - I was disappointed that it was time to stop driving! Very easy to listen to the narrator. Lovely story. And we all know someone a bit like the lead character Don. A nice and gentle insight into the thoughts and feelings of someone with Aspergers