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Power vs. Force Paperback – January 30, 2014
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That is the reason I purchased the Audible version so I could listen to it while walking. David's writing is powerful but his reading is not lively. You will not regret purchasing the printed version. In fact, by the time you finish reading it you will notice a marked difference in your life already. But stay away from the audio version.
It's hard for me to say if this would be a great resource for someone who is new to these subjects. However, if you have exposure to this vein of thought, this is an excellent read. I would expect, that if you are interested enough to have made it as far as reading reviews, it's probably a good pick.
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Picks up after first 80 pages which worth skimming through quickly. Too much on how experiments conducted and scored. But the findings and conclusions from the research are outstanding