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Wonderful

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Reviewed: 22-06-2020

My only criticism is that I wish this was longer. Marion explains concepts that make it easy to understand how the images in our dreams are just as important as our reality. We get a real glimpse into dream work and she is very knowledgeable.

It works

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Reviewed: 10-02-2020

Sceptical at first, then decided to try the method. I mean, what have I got to lose? The NEXT day I get a message out of no where asking me to do a solo exhibition. I haven't done anything like this and didn't expect it to work so fast! I listened to to book and watched the documentary on Netflix because I wanted the secret to really sink in.
Suffice to say I will be using the secret over and over.
Great advice for positive thinking. A must read.

If only this was a movie

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Reviewed: 21-01-2020

Pity this was never the 3rd movie. However it is great to imagine that this is the 3rd movie. It makes for a better script and expands on the xenomorphology. Voice acting was superb and the story an A+. I've read each Alien book on Audible and need more! Hopefully there will be more after this

Short and sweet

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Reviewed: 29-12-2019

Nothing I haven't read or heard before, just packaged with a Scottish accent.
One you've read one self help book you've read them all. This book did however have a few gems of wisdom and the author is authentic. Very much enjoyed the read non the less 👍🏻

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Surprisingly deep and harrowing

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Reviewed: 21-08-2019

I started reading this on a whim expecting nothing more than a book for kids. Boy was I surprised! This book has given me goosebumps, the chills and taken me to Neverland. I did not expect to see through the perspectives of various characters in such a way either. I used to see Peter through the Disney lens, but now I cannot see him any other way than the ways he's portraited through this book. He's cruel and a cunning manipulator who terrifies most of the characters in this story. Aside from this, I really enjoyed how the characters forget their previous lives and are in constant danger. It's really refreshing to read something so short, yet to vivid! A lot of longer books drone on and can't accomplish what Peter Pan does. A must read for anyone!

wonderfully insightful a must read!

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Reviewed: 29-03-2019

I am studying psychotherapy and this was a wonderful insight into the human condition. There are many points made that resonate with me and I feel this book is a great resource for others studying psychotherapy and/or logostherapy. This book had solidified my own meaning in life and I'll be recommending it to my friends

Pure gold

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Reviewed: 11-03-2019

I just started my degree in Arts Therapy and this is a perfect companion. The stories and reflections make sense. Through this book I've been able to understand why I've chosen to pursue Therapy as a professional. I'm sure I'll be reading this again and again.

Was OK

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Reviewed: 07-03-2019

There were some really amazing insights and some that I already knew. There were times when enjoyed listening and others where I was being berated. Overall the book is a bit choppy and could stay on topic better (especially the chapter about cats). The author goes off on tangents and for me I find that a waste of my time.
It's still a good read, but I've read better.

Loved it

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Reviewed: 11-01-2019

Just like the movie, but better! I love that the novelisation expands on characters and story. However the narrators execution of female screaming is pretty funny! He's got a strange idea of what a female sounds like when in distress (you'll know when you hear him). Otherwise a good book to expand the universe

Wow!

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Reviewed: 02-01-2019

I discovered this through a YouTube review of the movie 1408 and the depths the "psychological horror" can delve. It spoke of the parallels between the movie and the divine comedy (which I had never heard of). I went on Wikipedia to learn more about its origins, which led me here to listen to the dramatisation.

This being written in 1308 is mind blowing! The divine comedy is rich in imagination which I did not expect. It makes a lot of literature and modern movies seem pretty sub-standard by comparison.

Despite the heavily Christian undertones (ever present) this epic is brilliant. I can see a lot of this being reflected/copied in today's works, which shows how impactful it is and will most likely continue to be.

The actors in this are amazing and the sound effects are great. I started questioning myself after reading this so I guess it's now left it's mark on me too.

If you're not religious and can put aside the religious nature of this story (like me), you will be rewarded by it's structure, story, characters and it's intended purpose (hopefully). What a wonderfully beautiful epic!

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