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Publisher's Summary

The fourth book in the Celestine Series, this is an adventure tale, both suspensful and contemplative, that builds on the insights introduced in Redfield's previous books. It describes a new wave of religious tolerance and integrity that is now silently arriving, in reaction to watching years of religious warfare and political corruption. The year 2012 is not about the end of the world; it is about the unifying life of everyday miracles. In this book, the very familiar Will returns along with our Hero, the narrator. There is an ancient document, but only fragments are available, and a global search has been unleashed to find the message and meaning of the document in its entirety.

©2011 James Redfield (P)2011 Hachette Audio

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I love Redfields Insights

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But this reader doesn't have the right voice for this character. I think if I would have listened to the first book by this reader I wouldn't have tried the second one. I put the speed setting on X2 just to get on with it. Bruce Thomas gives a slow dull delivery of what could be and should be a fun fast pasts adventure. Do yourself a favor and buy the hard copy of this one.

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Not as good as his other books

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I enjoyed his other books and wanted to find out more. This one was not as good, I thought. It seemed like the author was trying to continue a good thing and had run out of interesting ideas. I did find his thoughts about new insights to be interesting but the story line to get there was flat.

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This 4th installment of the series was what I had hoped for. You see the first book was great and gave you a personal reason to be inspired. Then you read the second book and wonder why would someone who’s reaping America be so pro fascist and very anti America ideology. You could tell by the ignoring of other world aspects and a straight focusing of one country’s roots when there’s many others in which describing those ideas and concepts and the negative impasse would have made the book more about a world change rather than single in nature. Plus there was this humming and voices in the back of the narrators audio that it became apparent he didn’t do a good job with recording.

After that, the third book was preaching and forced that it ruined the whole book. Yet again changing narrators, still not like the first one who did great (no one enjoys hearing different voices for the characters they developed a mental picture for, so stick with one only people for sequels) but with the second book and the third I was skeptical to continue listening. But I practice Completionism and always finish what I start, yes I did buy the books half way through the first one but I would have done so regardless of the beginning, middle or end of each book.

Then there was the 4th book, this one. The narrator has a perfect voice and wasn’t dry, well spoken and seemed to make the book flow flawlessly. This book also could have been the second and only addition to the series. It brought back that feeling within of focus and Devine thought. There wasn’t any Forced narrative or belittling of the reader/listener by the writer in this book just like the First. It makes you wonder what the written was thinking when he wrote the first/fourth and second/third. Two left me in a positive mindset and two placed me in a negative mindset. Did he write those book in the same as he gave off? If the writer has some belief in his writings then that’s probably true.

If you’re readings my reviews just listen or read the 1st and 4th books

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The time is now

This book has come at a most excellent time period in our lives. The teachings here can be translated to man, woman, child across all demographics driod I strongly recommend that everybody get ahold of a copy and listen or read it. It is truly speaking To our souls on a higher consciousness level. Although written in fiction, these are truths of spiritual law.

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life changing

if you've read the celestine prophecy, this book is the missing link to maintaining your connection to spirit. if you haven't read it... what are you waiting for?

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Interesting story

The narration of this book was excellent. The characters were unique and the overall quality of the audio deserves 5 stars. Comparable to google play books it was exceptional. I enjoyed the story just for the simple fact it gives answers to the meaning of life and for a while there I had some, what seemed to be synchronised or meaningful coincidences. At this point any meaning to life is questionable as my life is incredibly rich with seemingly miracles yet I continue to struggle every day just for some peace of mind and security. So I have no idea how valuable this story was, just that it was interesting.

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Thank you James Redfield for all you do !

Where does The Twelfth Insight rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

A perfect 10 !

Who was your favorite character and why?

John,Will

What about Bruce Thomas’s performance did you like?

Everything !

If you could take any character from The Twelfth Insight out to dinner, who would it be and why?

William James ,Will knows a lot about the insights.

Any additional comments?

Thank you !

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My Spirit wants more

Loved this book. It kept me on the edge of my seat and always wanting to hear more.
The narrator is amazing 👏

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It’s hard to believe this book is fictional.

I love this book. I have listened to the whole series. I find the concepts insightful. It’s hard to believe this book is fictional. I truly believe these integrations are achievable. I follow the books so closely that I found a few discrepancies in this book and the previous books. That did not dampen my awe of it’s content.

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Great guidebook to living more consciously

I really appreciate the mix of adventure with personal development themes. So many hidden gems revealed in this book. Thanks to this book, I’m a lot more conscious of synchronistic events in my life