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182. Colloquial Hindi
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184. A Bordo Cassettes and Transcripts
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181. Whose Story Is It? Writing from a Clear Point of View
by Madeline DiMaggio
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Catlog: Book (2001-02-01)
Publisher: Writer's Audio Shop
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182. Colloquial Hindi
by Tej K. Bhatia
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Asin: 0415110882
Catlog: Book (1996-12-26)
Publisher: Routledge
Sales Rank: 599265
Average Customer Review: 3.93 out of 5 stars
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These cassettes are recorded by native Hindi speakers and can be used on their own or to accompany the book, helping you with pronunciation and listening skills.

These audio cassettes in the Colloquial Language Learning Series are available individually or as part of a pack. To purchase the cassettes and the book, please refer to the cassette pack listing for this language. ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Book great, cassettes okay...
This book is clear and comprehensive, yet simple enough for a complete beginner. The reader can choose to learn just spoken Hindi or to also learn to read and write since all of the dialogs are written in romanized Hindi as well as in the Devanagari syllabary. The cassettes are necessary, but poor compared to the cassettes from other courses. The dialogs are read only once, very quickly, with almost no opportunity to practice repeating what you hear. The leftover space on the tapes are filled with discussion in English of questionable utility.

2-0 out of 5 stars another brick i have to carry to the surface
I'd rather shoot myself than lean from this book again.

5-0 out of 5 stars I beg to differ! Best book for Beginners out there!
I have been learning hindi for the past two years, and I have been using many books in the process, including Snell and Weightman, an older book by Misra and Fairbanks, another book by Surendra Gambhir, and this one by Bhatia. For those starting from scratch, this book is the best option.

Snell and Weightman move way too fast and you quickly find yourself in way over your head (unless you already have a background in hindi). I found this Bhatia's romanization excellent because it emphasized the difference between english and hindi sounds, and most importantly, Bhatia was consistent throughout (though hopefully some of the typos towards the end will be fixed in a future edition). His pronounciation introduction is also the best I've seen as far as emphasizing and drilling Hindi vocal nuances. The pacing of the book is very comfortable for the complete beginner.

Bhatia also does not take anything for granted. A lot of important questions left unanswered by other books are treated thoroughly in this text (like the compound use of "lena", "jaana", and "dena"; the frequent ommision of the "a" sound in the middle of words; and the fact that words like "mahal" and "kahana" are pronounced "mehel" and "kehena"; just to name a few...) You are really able to digest everything as you go along. Bhatia's word list and grammatical summary in the back are god-sends, and his mnemonics like "nerd nouns" and "laal adjectives" are clever and effective. He also puts his lessons in a cultural perspective that is crucial for using your hindi socially.

One criticism I would make is the lack of emphasis on the devanagri script. If you use this book, you should really take the initiative and learn the script. It will help you as you progress to more advanced books.

It seems like the few who gave this book a bad wrap are educators who are used to hindi being taught in a certain way. I think the things that make this book different also make it the best.

My recommendation is start out with this book, then go through Snell and Weightman, using the early lessons as review, then go through Surendra Gambhir's pricey but excellent "Spoken Hindi" set. All these books have their lessons on cassette. I transferred all the lessons to CD, which made my studying much more efficient. Also get McGregor's beautiful Hindi-English Dictionary which will be a cozy campanion throughout. If you can even find the Misra and Fairbanks book, don't bother. It is quite antiquated and impractical, and the tapes are a nightmare. Happy studying!

3-0 out of 5 stars a nice book but not the best
I actually looked forward to receiving this book. As English is my native tongue, and I had studied French/Japanese at school, I was looking for an easy book that would teach me the hindi alphabet and provide me with some easily referenceable vocabulary. Whilst this book provides some assistance on both, I didn't find the layout to be very useful. I would have also preferred more attention on how to write the characters.

I'd still recommend this book, but a little more visual assistance (the book is a bit dry, as it is predominantly textual) would have enhanced my learning speed, as well as more romanization of hindi words, especially for beginners such as myself.

5-0 out of 5 stars Whoa!
I felt Colloquial Hindi was like teacher inside a book teaching me. I learned so much about the Indian culture, food, and Hindi. For example, I never new the swastika was the Indian sign of hope and prosperity. Not only did this book teach me Hindi quite thoroughly, but the culture as. It was like going to India and learning Hindi there! ... Read more


183. All the Best Broadway Blockbusters
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Asin: 1576239853
Catlog: Book (1997-07-01)
Publisher: Warner Brothers Publications
Sales Rank: 1989667
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Sixty Broadway showstopping hits, including: If I Were a Rich Man * If My Friends Could See Me Now * Corner of the Sky * Put on a Happy Face * Send in the Clowns * Tomorrow * Whatever Lola Wants * Mack the Knife * Anything Goes * Not While I'm Around * Embraceable You * Aquarius/Let the Sun Shine In and many more. ... Read more


184. A Bordo Cassettes and Transcripts : Get Ready for Spanish
by The Open University Course Team
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Asin: 041519900X
Catlog: Book (1999-04)
Publisher: Routledge, an imprint of Taylor & Francis Books Lt
Sales Rank: 3062309
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An ideal course for beginner review, A Bordo aims to revise previous knowledge of Spanish, up to the equivalent of GCSE level, by exposing learners to a variety of language through approximately 24 hours of self-study.
Divided into eight themed units, the textbook makes extensive use of authentic illustrative material and is accompanied by three audio-cassettes including drama, features and scripted dialogue.
* focuses on both Spanish and Latin-American culture
* emphasis on communicating in everyday situations in Spanish
* extensive use of exercises for self-assessment, with key to exercises at the end of each unit
* attractive two color text design
* preparatory course for En Rumbo, the Open University course materials published summer 1999.
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185. Fit to Travel: 101 Tips to Stay Healthy and Stress Free on the Road or at Home
by David Essel, Randy Kepple, Kristen Schuerlein
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Asin: 1893074021
Catlog: Book (1992-08-01)
Publisher: David Essel, Inc.
Sales Rank: 2419864
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David Essel's DYNAMIC LIVING Series (Volume 4) While you travel:
1. Eat Healthier
2. Best Stress the Easy Way
3. Sleep and Pack More Productively
4. Exercise in Minutes a Day
5. Increase Your Productivity
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186. Mastery: A University Word List Reader
by Gladys Valcourt, Linda Wells
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Asin: 0472002821
Catlog: Book (1999-01-01)
Publisher: University of Michigan Press
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187. Connections (New American Streamline)
by Bernard Hartley, Peter Viney
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Asin: 0194348326
Catlog: Book (1995-03-01)
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Sales Rank: 208989
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars American Streamline
I have studied English since 1995. But I could not find the most suitable textbook for myself. Now I'm finding it. It is the best textbook from Peter Viney and Bernard Hartley. ... Read more


188. The Seventh Sinner
by Elizabeth Peters
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Catlog: Book (1998-03-01)
Publisher: Blackstone Audiobooks
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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At first, Jean Suttman thought she had died and gone to Heaven when she was granted the opportunity to study in Rome. But the body that's lying in the ancient subterranean Temple of Mithra -- the murdered corpse of a repulsive and disliked fellow student -- isn't her idea of heavenly. Now she is truly frightened, not just because small "accidents" seem to be occurring around her with disturbing regularity. It's the ever-increasing certainty that someone, for some unknown reason, is ruthlessly determined to do her harm. Jean's innocent underground excursion into a sacred pagan place has trapped her in something dark and terrifying, and even the knowledge that practical, perceptive fellow American Jacqueline Kirby is on the case won't ease her fears. Because there's only so far Jean Suttman can run ... and no escape for her except death.

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5-0 out of 5 stars Intriguing
This, the first of the Jacqueline Kirby books, does a wonderful job introducing Ms. Kirby.Just as grown children leave home to start a new phase in their life, so does their middle-aged parents.Jacqueline does a fine job disregarding the past to open up a new and exciting phase in her life which includes helping a group of young graduate students solve a murder.Her intelligence and past experience leaves her prepared for every eventuality!A delightful romp!

4-0 out of 5 stars The first in the Jacqueline Kirby series
The story centers on a group of graduate students studying art and history in Rome.Two of the group met middle aged librarian Jacqueline Kirby and introduce her to their group, the Seven Sinners.A hanger on of the group is found murdered, found by a member of the group and possibly also murdered by a member of the group.One of the group, Jean, begins to have a series of accidents that soon become more violent and appear less and less accidental.Jacqueline Kirby decides to investigate this matter and, of course, manages to uncover both murderer and motive.

This book was written in 1972 and does show it's age a bit, hence the 4 rather than 5 stars.Even though this is the first Jacqueline Kirby details about her are left vague.We learn there are grown children but nothing about a Mr. Kirby.

The book is enjoyable and I look forward to reading the rest of the series.

4-0 out of 5 stars As good as Amelia?
I have been putting off reading the other two mystery series written by Elizabeth Peters as I enjoy the Amelia Peabody series so much that I thought I would be disappointed. And, surprisingly, I was not disappointed at all in this, the first of the Jacqueline Kirby mysteries, first published in 1972. Kirby is not an instanly likeable character but she grew on me as the book continued. The mystery is classic Peters in that it involves some rather arcane references which always end up tying into the mystery somehow. I was able to figure out how the main clue to the criminal works into the plot but was not able to figure out who that criminal was as Peters keeps a vital piece of information from the reader until the denouement. This is a quite enjoyable mystery, quicker to read than the Amelia Peabody mysteries, and I look forward to buying and reading the second in the series.

4-0 out of 5 stars See Rome and die
Barbara Mertz, also known as Elizabeth Peters, also known as Barbara Michaels has written nonfiction Egyptology books under her own name. As Elizabeth Peters, she is the author of many mysteries, including series starring Amelia Peabody, Vicky Bliss, and Jacqueline Kirby. As Barbara Michaels she has written 29 gothic suspense novels.

"The Seventh Sinner" is one of Elizabeth Peters's Jacqueline Kirby mysteries, told in the 3rd person by Jean Suttman who is in Rome on an archeological fellowship, and who literally runs down Jacqueline Kirby in a library.Almost as soon as Jean makes friends with Jacqueline, the younger woman witnesses the last few moments of a murder victim, and becomes the next target for the murderer.

Other novels in the Jacqueline Kirby series are "Murders of Richard III," "Die for Love," and "Naked Once More." Truthfully---and I know I must belong to a small minority---I like the Jacqueline Kirby books better than those starring Amelia Peabody, which tend to run on a single, dusty Egyptian track.Far better to be in Rome in the spring, even though Jean and Jacqueline are underground in various catacombs too much of the time. At least, they didn't have to spend any subsurface hours in the Cloaca Maximus, which still carries somewhere around one million cubic meters of waste per day.

Anyway, this book is more focused on the early Christians, rather than the pagan Romans.There are some fascinating archeological inquiries into the burial sites of Saints Peter and Paul, and of course there is the brooding, claustrophobic atmosphere of underground Rome itself---an important part of this mystery.

'Sinner' moves right along and there's no point in warning the heroine to stay out of the catacombs.That's where the final clue to the murder might be found, and Jean is going to find it or die trying.

There is the usual, stylish Peters 'humoresque' decorating this mystery---Lots of snappy dialogue and interesting characters to entertain her dedicated readers who may not be all that interested in early Christian archeology.

4-0 out of 5 stars Seventh Sinner does little sinning
The enjoyable first book of the all-too-short Jacqueline Kirby series is a nice (though slightly dated-feeling) romp through Rome, archaeology and early Christian saint-related material.

The book opens as Jean Suttman runs into Jacqueline Kirby -- literally. Jean and her friend Michael knock the acid-tongued, chameleon-clothed librarion over, and Jacqueline ends up coming along to a little meeting of the Seven Sinners. This group includes Jean, witty artist Michael, brainy priest Jose, slightly odd siblings Anne and Andy, serious-minded Ted, and plain seductress Dana. The only fly in their collective ointment is Albert, the son of Andy's father's friend -- Albert is physically and emotionally repulsive, and when he crashes a party with accusations that someone stole his research, no one really pays attention.

Until Jean finds him in the Temple of Mithra, with his throat cut. Albert manages to trace a number seven before he dies, and soon mysterious "accidents" begin to follow Jean. She and Jacqueline must unravel the mystery -- who would want an insignificant slob like Albert dead?

I will warn you in advance, this book is quite different in tone from "Murders of Richard III" (which I didn't like very much) and from "Die for Love" and "Naked Once More." Though it's not as serious as the second, or as funny as the third and fourth, it nevertheless possesses a dry wit and lopsided view of humanity in general.

Peters manages to keep the various characters' personalities separate and distinct. She also shows skill at making them act like real people. All of the characters have good points and bad points; some are kind, some are not. There's even an entertaining scene where they compare their own weaknesses to the seven deadly sins.

The writing style is unspectacular compared to her other books, but nicely evocative. This book doesn't really contain any potentially objectionable content, beyond a few mild comments about legs, and a scene where Dana's bikini top is stolen. Be forewarned, though this is a Jacqueline Kirby mystery, most of the book is from Jean's perspective rather than Jacqueline's. Jacqueline is still an enchantingly acerbic, brainy, and amusing presence, lighting up all the scenes.

Overall, a nice little romp through Rome. Read and enjoy, especially if you're fond of the amazing J. Kirby. ... Read more


189. Newberry: The Life and Times of a Maine Clam
by Vincent G. Dethier
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Asin: 188333215X
Catlog: Book (1995-01-01)
Publisher: Audio Bookshelf
Sales Rank: 156901
Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars From a homeschooling violinist in Maine
I would recommend this book for children and adults. Newberry the clam had a friend, the barnacle. He was pretty nice. On his clam birthday, he didn't have a cake or candles, so he had a big personal feast. It didn't work out so well because he got a big bubble of gas in his stomach and floated out to Blue Hill. I don't want to give away the whole story, but his advdentures were very fun to read about.
I thought it was cool how he figured out that little cells in the ocean light up.
The person who loaned this book to me, also loaned me two clam shells glued together (still able to open). A friend who gave it to her, sewed a pink clam to fit inside, and crocheted a purple muffler to go around the clams neck... This little Newberry clam was fun to have around while I was reading the book.
I wish Vincent Dethier would write more childrens books about Newberry.

5-0 out of 5 stars A purple muffler and all
This is a really funny, dark and sweet book. You will never feel the same about eating clam chowder again...you will forever be on the lookout for purple mufflers.
I had this book read to me when I was younger. Now I've re-read it and it's just as good. Newberry the clam is really a tragic little hero.
I think adults would enjoy this book just as much as children. But if you have a child, you should buy this book. It becomes a family memory of a sort.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great for adults as well as kids.
Bought this book on tape for a 6 year old and fell in love with it ourselves. It's nice to have BOT that we can listen to along with kids. I wish he would write more Newberry stories ... Read more


190. Vocab
by Bergen Evans
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Asin: 0671529781
Catlog: Book (1995-06-01)
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio / Nightingale-Con
Sales Rank: 978999
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Success can be yours with Bergen Evans' Vocab!

The world's foremost producer of personal development audio programs offers a way to use words to your fullest advantage.

Nothing defines you more -- who you are, how you think, where you come from, and where you are going -- than your use of language and mastery of vocabulary. Bergen Evans' Vocab is a practical system for quickly improving the size and accuracy of your vocabulary in writing, speaking and reading. You'll learn hundreds of words selected for their usefulness in professional circles. And with your stronger vocabulary, you will:

  • Gain a clearer understanding of what you read

  • Enhance your thinking skills with greater clarity and logic

  • Learn the terminology needed for today's business

  • Make all your communications more colorful and interesting

A powerful vocabulary brings with it the confidence of knowledge. With Vocab, you'll be communicating more effectively than ever before! ... Read more


191. Maggie a Girl of the Streets and Other New York Stories (Voices; A Treasury of Regional American Fiction)
by Stephen Crane
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Catlog: Book (1997-01-01)
Publisher: Audio Bookshelf
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192. Classic Tales: 100-Word Vocabulary (Classic Tales)
by Sue Arengo
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Catlog: Book (2001-02-15)
Publisher: Oxford University Press
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193. Stories (Voices: A Treasury of Regional American Fiction, Bk. 5)
by Willa Cather, Melissa Hughes
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Catlog: Book (1997-01-01)
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194. Once upon a Holy Night: A Musical Christmas Story Based on Luke 2,1-20, Leader/Accompanist and Matthew 2,1-2
by Ellen Woods Bryce, Charlotte McElroy
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Catlog: Book (1999-03-01)
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195. English for Business Success; Advanced Course (English for Business Success Series)
by Lin Lougheed
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Catlog: Book (1996-10-01)
Publisher: Addison Wesley Publishing Company
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1-0 out of 5 stars The cassettes are OK but where's the book?
I've received the cassettes today but there were no corresponding books. I checked my not-yet-shipped orders. No way. There is no book to be used with the cassette. No tapescript, no user's guide, nothing. Is there anyone out there who can tell me how in the world I can use those cassettes which cost me 60 something dollars? htezcan@ixir.com ... Read more


196. Travel Pack: Greek
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Catlog: Book (1999-11)
Publisher: Linguaphone Institute Ltd
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197. Vocabulearn Armenian (Western), Level II: Instant Vocabulary Fast, Fun & Effective (VocabuLearn)
by Not Applicable (Na )
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Catlog: Book (1989-06-01)
Publisher: Penton Overseas
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198. CAE Listening and Speaking Skills Cassette set
by Diana Pye, Simon Greenall
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Catlog: Book (1997-02-28)
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Sales Rank: 2780217
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Cambridge CAE Skills offer a bridge between communicative methodology and the needs of the exam class.Designed to prepare students for the various CAE papers, these books also consider the four skills in their wider application through the use of exciting topics and enjoyable communicative activities. The skills relevant to Papers 4 and 5 are covered in this single book.Each unit is divided into two sections, one dealing with listening and the other with speaking, linked to a common topic. Topics are innovative and unusual, offering students a genuine stimulus for speaking activities.Exam Tips boxes give students detailed advice about what to expect during each of the CAE papers, and the book offers plenty of opportunity to practise the type of activities that will be encountered during the paired interview.The cassettes feature authentic recordings from diverse sources. ... Read more


199. Lingua Fun!: Germam : Language Learning Card Game (LinguaFun Travel)
by Donald Rivera
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Catlog: Book (1998-08-01)
Publisher: Penton Overseas
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200. The Value In The Valley : A Black Woman's Guide Through Life's Dilemmas
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Catlog: Book (1999-08-01)
Publisher: Sound Ideas
Sales Rank: 387508
Average Customer Review: 4.91 out of 5 stars
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Is it the job you hate but need in order to pay the rent? Is it that relationship that you gave your all to only to end up with a broken heart...again? Perhaps it's your children, a family member, or a life-long friend doing you in, dragging you down, pushing you to the brink. If you are an honorary member of the Black Woman's Suffering Society, you have probably been told that it's all your fault. Or that struggling and suffering is your lot in life. Iyanla Vanzant says, No! Life is an Act of Faith and suffering is optional! Those everyday challenges, obstacles, and dilemmas are what Iyanla calls "valleys." As bad as they may seem, there is a purpose or, as Iyanla says, "There is so much value in the valley."

If you've ever been disappointed, betrayed, rejected, abandoned, or just plain old scared to let go, then you've been or may still be in a valley. Iyanla knows -- she's been there and on a bad day she's still there, but now she shares the way out with you. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars All Praises to Iyanla
Here we find the words we all look for when we find ourselves speechless, and at a momentary loss for ideas of what to do next. I know here is Oakland, many sisters refer to this book as the "other book next to the bed". We were blessed with a visit from the sister to talk about "The Spirit of A Man", but found that anything written is evidence of her ability to incorporate her words into pages. I have to order a second book since my sister friend "won't" return mine. I feel this book is one we all should read. Those of us that are constantly doing spiritual work to better ourselves know this as a reference tool for all times. The sister's work is phenomenal. Thanks for being on Oprah show this week and sharing Iyanla. I have been waiting for your prime time conversations with the world. But, most importantly, keep writing the books. We can take them everywhere. I can't put a value on "The Value". Peace and Blessings

5-0 out of 5 stars A Wonderful Inspiring Book for ALL Women!
This book was recommended to me by a black woman. She said it was a book for black women but it's really for all women. It will help you understand the misfortunes in your life and why we go through the same pain over and over again. When I started to read it, I found myself relating to a lot of the stories these women went through. And then she would explain why we choose the people we choose and why we go through it anyway when we know it's not good for us. I thought it was amazing. I have been recommending it to every woman I know ever since. It's an inspiring book and helps you become strong or stronger. It helps you empower yourself to controlling your life the way you would really want to live it. Definitely a book to read and have in your collection!

4-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful
I saw a lot of me in reading this book. It really helped me to realize somethings about myself and why I do the things that I do. It was great. I would recommend it to anyone who needs clarity on themselves and their lives.

5-0 out of 5 stars So Good I Had To Read It Three Times
I was first turned onto this book when I raided my sister's bookshelf. She is just as avid a reader as me and I go over her house to get reading material whenever I have run through all of my own. Now I own a copy of this book myself. I just had to have it. No book has come closer to evaluating my real life. If the things in one chapter didn't happen to me, then they have certainly happened to someone I know. I think this book should be required reading for all women, no matter what their age or race. It helps put a method to the madness of our daily lives and the things we endure in relationships.

5-0 out of 5 stars ONE DAY MY SOUL OPENED UP
I HAVE NOT READ ANY OF YOUR BOOKS YET BUT i AM GETTING READY TO START READING ONE DAY MY SOUL OENED UP AND I BELIEVE AND FEEL THAT ALL YOUR BOOKS PERTAIN TO ME AND I HOPE THAT THEY WILL BE AN INSPIRATION TO ME AS THEY HAVE BEEN FOR OTHER READERS. I AM SO PROUD TO HAVE BEEN TOLD ABOUT YOU AND I FEEL I CAN RELATE TO YOU BECAUSE OUR STORIES ARE STILL THE SAME ONE DAY I WILL BE ABLE TO BE FREE SOUL AND BE HAPPY ABOUT MY LIFE SO I CAN LEAD A PRODUTIVE LIFE FOR MYSELF AND MY FAMILY THANK YOU SO MUCH AND CONTINUE YOUR GOOD WORKS! 1 ... Read more


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