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A Short Guide to a Happy Life (Anglais)

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2.0 étoiles sur 5 $7 for one motivational article worth of text 30 mai 2014
Par cmyk - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I read an excerpt online and thought I'd buy the book to read more. The excerpt that I read was the best part of the book - and that was it. There was no more. This entire book is one web article with a bunch of photos of her family. The basic message of the book: "Don't make your life all about work. Notice the small joys in life. Live in the present. Be grateful." Good stuff, but really, it's not enough for a book.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A nice reflection that life is made up of moments that cannot be made up, rewound, to make the most of life 15 septembre 2016
Par Moniva - Publié sur
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This is an excellent little book. I got it as a gift for another, but quickly read it, and loved it. There are nice photos in it, for reflection, and the thoughts and musings are worthwhile. As she quotes Pail Tsongas No one on his deathbed ever said, I wish I had spent more time on my business. This book is an admonishment, though a light one, to remember to live each moment, to realize each moment, as the gift that it is, and that moments are just that, momentary. Here and then gone. Don't waste them. But said in a way that is charming and poignant, painted in reflection with the lovely photos which punctuate the book.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 You'll feel GOOD (and feel OVERCHARGED) 20 septembre 2001
Par Joel L. Gandelman - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Anna Quindlen's A Short Guide to a Happy Life has a WONDEFUL message: Get a life. She means a full life, where it's fully understood that the "clock" is ticking. Live and appreciate the beauties of the than having to be jarred into this realization.
"One day you were walking around worryng about whether you had anything to wear to a party and reminding yourself to buy Kitty Litter or toilet paper," she writes. "And then you were in the shower lathering up, or you were lying on a doctor's table or the phone rang. And your world suddenly divided, as my world did many years ago. It divided into 'before' and 'after.'"
The problem is this: that quote is a decent part of the book.
This book is shockingly short. It's almost like an expanded newspaper column (if you're a fast reader it'll take 5 to 10 minutes to read this). And as thin as it is, some whole pages (in some cases two whole pages) are covered with beautiful photos. So as good as the MESSAGE is -- it IS a good one and wonderfully expressed -- this book can DISAPPOINT because it is shockingly thin in content, even for a thin small book. If you're after a good, QUICK pick-me-up that you can read quickly when times look bleak of you think you're losing yours sense of prorities, this is for you. If you expect a content-heavy book that's more than an expanded newspaper column it is not.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Short is the operative word! 25 novembre 2012
Par Sharon Listwa - Publié sur
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I always love reading anything by Anna Quindlen. She has a great style and a wisdom about life that I really appreciate. I can relate to so much of what she writes. So why did I give this book 3 stars? Because 2 means I didn't like it and I DID like it. It was a very good essay.....but it WASN'T a book, and certainly not worth the $11.99 that I paid for it. I read it 3 times. The first time, my husband was hospitalized and I took the "book" to the cafeteria. I started it, and finished it while I ate eggs and hashbrowns. The second time, I read it before falling asleep and the third time, I timed myself. It took exactly 8 minutes to read. I would have been very happy to purchase this essay and enjoy the photos for a smaller sum. I just feel that the brevity did not justify the price.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Do not purchase on Kindle 30 mai 2015
Par annmiller57 - Publié sur
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This might be a fine little gift book. I made the mistake of purchasing on my Kindle and what a mistake it was! Amazon, if you are going to offer this book in the Kindle library, at least list the number of pages (less than 30) and a better description. Or post the most helpful Kindle reviews first. Lesson learned on my part.
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