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The Ultimate Introduction to NLP: How to build a successful life
The Ultimate Introduction to NLP: How to build a successful life
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1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars accessible, interesting and subtlety informative introduction, 19 May 2014
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I am really pleased I got this book. To begin with I wondered what the purpose was of this style of writing, then realised it was a very good way to subtlety educate the reader through someone else's experience rather than just supply factual reading and exercises. As an introduction, I feel it has given me a good insight and a desire to learn more about NLP. Worth buying :)


Just Ask the Universe: A No-Nonsense Guide to Manifesting Your Dreams
Just Ask the Universe: A No-Nonsense Guide to Manifesting Your Dreams
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5.0 out of 5 stars easy and enjoyable read, 20 April 2014
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This is definitely worth reading. It literally is an easy, no nonsense guide and if you believe in a future worth having, reading this is a good start. If you are already on your own journey, it is good to have as a gentle reminder when needed!


A Long Walk Home: One Woman's Story of Kidnap, Hostage, Loss - and Survival
A Long Walk Home: One Woman's Story of Kidnap, Hostage, Loss - and Survival
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars a novel that shows the absolute inner strength and courage of humans in the face of their worst nightmares, 25 Jan. 2014
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I remember seeing the press regarding this awful kidnap and wondering what it must have been like to not only be kidnapped but also lose your partner at the same time. Judith's detailed account is told in a very open, descriptive and honest way with emotion but with no overt sense of self-pity. Her courage, strength and mental determination comes through very clearly in her writing leaving the reader not only somewhat in awe of her mind at the time but also making you wonder if it was a fiction novel you were reading. And not in a bad way. For one human to experience such terror but remain so mindful is testament to the human spirit.


Human Trafficking: A Real Life Point of View of Sex Slavery in Thailand from the Front Lines (Sex Slaves, Trafficking Humans Book 2)
Human Trafficking: A Real Life Point of View of Sex Slavery in Thailand from the Front Lines (Sex Slaves, Trafficking Humans Book 2)

1.0 out of 5 stars scratching the surface, 18 Jan. 2014
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When I downloaded this book I expected a deeper insight into the world of human trafficking. With a keen interest in human interest stories in Asia and the Middle/Far East I am sorry to say I found the content disappointing as it did not even scratch the surface. It felt like the point of view of someone who jumped quickly from person to person as if just giving whistle stop tour of human trafficking in Thailand. Of course the (brief) imagery is heart breaking and thought provoking but this book does not even try to delve deeper and give more in depth accounts or personal testimonials. It does incite me to look for more books on the subject matter though so there it has succeeded in its mission - to create awareness of a horrendous industry that must be stopped.


Gaddafi's Harem: The Story of a Young Woman and the Abuses of Power in Libya
Gaddafi's Harem: The Story of a Young Woman and the Abuses of Power in Libya
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars upsetting but necessary read, 12 Jan. 2014
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I love human interest stories from the woman's perspective in the far/Middle East and Asia. As well as offering a very poignant, courageous account of brutality at the hands of a monster, this book offers readers a little bit of insight into a country at a time when the abuse of position of someone in great power was rife and disastrously undetected (or worse still) ignored by the worlds leaders. Such abuse of power and seemingly ongoing blasé attitude towards such torture is unbelievable and I hope that with accounts such as this will move justice to be served. A very good read that just scratches at the surface of a much much bigger issue of abuse of women in male dominated countries. In Libya and many other countries....


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