Reality Shifts

  • by Cynthia Sue Larson
  • Narrated by Cynthia Sue Larson
  • 11 hrs and 0 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Have you noticed things mysteriously move around? Keys don't stay put, wallets transport to different places, and socks go missing from the laundry. We observe reality shifts when things appear, disappear, transform or transport, and when we experience changes in time. Reality shifts range from the sublime (missing socks and synchronicity) to completely astonishing (the dead seen alive again; objects appearing out of thin air; spontaneous remission; traveling far in a very short time). Learn how to live lucidly to create a life you love, positively influence the future and the past, and transform sabotage into strength.

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Author ought consider paid reading talent!

Is there anything you would change about this book?

The narration. The material is STELLAR stuff - but the author, despite the fact that she is the person who put these words on the page, was constantly stumbling over them, reading sentences incorrectly and not making corrections - which made me go back and relisten to what she said more than twice. Do us a favor, please, and pay the extra for voice talent - you and we will be happier with the end result!


Who was your favorite character and why?

no characters in this book


How could the performance have been better?

see above. Author has a lovely voice, however, constant stumbling over and mis speaking what she is reading is very annoying and off-putting.


Could you see Reality Shifts being made into a movie or a TV series? Who should the stars be?

no. the CONCEPT of this book would make one facet of an excellent basis for an ongoing series.


Any additional comments?

nope

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- Casieopea "Clinical hypnotherapist;"

Blah blah blah

Would you try another book from Cynthia Sue Larson and/or Cynthia Sue Larson?

I can't deal with Cynthia Sue Larson. She is educated and seems like she should be smart but my one experience with her book has left me wondering whether she needs psychological intervention.


What was most disappointing about Cynthia Sue Larson’s story?

Her "theories" and so called experiences are ludicrous. A statue appears out of nowhere? Her hair magically curls when she thinks about her friends curly hair? Please...


What three words best describe Cynthia Sue Larson’s voice?

Weird. Smug. Pedestrian.


If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Reality Shifts?

Quotes from great thinkers could stay in but I think this is a silly book unworthy of publication.


Any additional comments?

I have an open mind, otherwise I would not have given this book a try. I was excited about it but that didn't last long. She either actually believes that a lost wallet or a sock, transported itself to another place, or she is just a nut. I got nothing useful from this book. Her own narration is not horrible but is amateur. I want to transport myself to an alternate universe where I didn't waste hours on this book.

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- Phoebe "Born Memphis, TN in 1963"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-24-2014
  • Publisher: Cynthia Sue Larson