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TNT: It Rocks the Earth

Narrated by: Jason McCoy
Length: 1 hr and 9 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Famed author Claude M. Bristol "blasts" you with the "Secret of the Ages" in his powerful book, T.N.T.: It Rocks the Earth. Adhering to his cornerstone philosophy on the power of believing, this book offers practical suggestions on how to accurately and scientifically proceed to get what you want in life. Learn how to impress your subconscious mind, make obstacles a phantom of the past, and have at your command a power that astounds!

©2011 BN Publishing (P)2011 BN Publishing

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  • ROBERT
  • 17-06-2013

Great material that is poorly read

What did you love best about TNT: It Rocks the Earth?

I thought that Bristol's main points about attitudes and beliefs affecting our external reality was very well thought out and interestingly presented.

How did the narrator detract from the book?

The narrator's proclivity towards mispronunciation of both common words and any word with a foreign root was so distracting that I almost didn't finish. That I did finish is a testimony to Claude Bristol, not Jason McCoy. I would rather have listened the automaton of Kindle rather than this.

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  • Tina Williams
  • 04-02-2018

A MUST READ. I recommend everyone read this book!!

Loved it!! Have listened to it multiple times and share it with everyone!!! Life changing if you follow the principals.

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  • DVH
  • 12-03-2017

great stuff

love this book. I listen to it often. the only part about it I do not like is the reader mispronounced things a lot, as he does reading other books I bought.

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  • splurtagain
  • 09-08-2015

the best ebook

this is the best ebook ever, I listen to this everyday and at night before I go to sleep. the more you listen the more it work it's way in your everyday life. it's superb

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  • Business Tech Guy
  • 17-06-2015

Wish I had discovered this author years ago

Excellent motivational book. I cannot understand how I have let so many years of my life go by without reading or listening to this little gem. Highly recommend!

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  • Ravin Souvendra Papiah
  • 10-04-2015

Rocking!!!

It is rocking my life:))). This is a book you should NOT miss for all the hold on the world! Rocking!!!

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  • Nikki O. Boeuf
  • 26-02-2015

Great gem of a book!

I would recommend this book to anyone. Great insights shared here.
I have already read it 5 times. Wonderful. Dynamite!

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  • Myles
  • 03-12-2013

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This book was okay, but he information seemed a little disjointed. The Magic of Believing by the same author, os a much better book. I assumed TNT would be a summary or condensed version of The Magic of Believing, because the author refers to TNT as being the inspiration for 'The Magic'. TNT has some of the same information, but its not presented as clearly as in The Magic of believing.