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How to Psychoanalyze Your Neighbors
- Narrated by: Adam Lee Partleton
- Length: 1 hr and 59 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
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This is one of several books that the Venusian sage, Valiant Thor (also known as "The Stranger at the Pentagon") dictated to human writers, in an effort to "speed up" mankind's intellectual development.
May it bring comfort and joy to Thor's legions of fans and devotees around the globe.
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- Amazon Customer
Relaxing and informative
A very informative book, subjects ranging from religious cultures to more introspective topics. Audiobook has a nice soothing character which in contrast to the otherwise heavy subjects, keeps the book interesting and enjoyable to listen to.
Thor really has an ostensively grand perspective and even a glimpse into his world allows someone to understand a little more about the world we live in. I thoroughly enjoyed this listen.
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- Mike Lee
Mind Blowing Insight and Info 5 Stars *****
A brief yet comprehensive journey, into the psyche of Mankind's mind through the eyes of a trained well tuned, articulate Psychologist, that of Valiant Thor, always precise in his delivery, with a simplified condensed comprehensive explanation of the field of Psychoanalysis relating to dreams... their meanings and behavioural traits as a consequence, predictions to outcomes based on research & analysis of several patients’ exampled throughout this book...
I highly recommend this little Gold Nugget of insight, which is clearly and concisely delivered by a very engaging narrator, Adam Lee Partleton, all wrapped in some very nice music which carries this Audiobook nicely through it’s varied chapters, only problem with the book, is it leaves your appetite slightly peckish, and a wanting to devour more knowledge.
Perhaps all audiobooks could have music and better production such as this one... Very Interesting!
Excellent Overall Listening Experience