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Outwitting the Devil: The Secret to Freedom and Success Paperback – October 2, 2012
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It blew my mind completely and I feel it has changed the way I see things. Many of you will wonder why he choses to interview the devil rather than God and there is a brilliant reason behind it (the which many of you will see as "controversial"). You see, the devil is the one that everyone fears through life and in the prospect of death and I will assure you after you read this book and take a good look around your life and surroundings, you will not only find that "the devil" (in the sense of corruption withing humanity) is so minuscule and easy to defeat but you will also find a great sense of empowerment that will draw you closer to God, if you are a believer like me.
The amazing facts Hill talks about in this book are so deep in tune with our modern science and society that it really makes you question how in the world he came to the knowledge of such information in his time period. I recommend this book 1000 times and I will surely embrace his principles and apply them to my daily life.
Truly revolutionary thinking.The organization is a little lacking. If read as a series of "let me get this straight..." over a period of days or weeks of interviewing, it's reasonable. If you read it as a book, as if it's meant to clearly deliver a straightforward message, you might be disappointed. Sharon Lechter might not be the best person to act as commentator. Her other work is good and respectable with Robert Kiyosaki. Just not the right spot for her.
I have the audio book. The narrator is a man and Lechter keeps butting in with her own commentary in presumably her own voice. Her interruptions are very annoying and distracting and add nothing of value. They only interrupt the flow of a wonderful book. The incessant fingernails-on-the-chalkboard interruptions could be more easily avoided if you buy the book and read the words off a page. But with the audio book this is not possible. If you can find this book without the commentary, definitely buy that one instead. If the publisher happens to read these reviews, please make this book available WITHOUT THE EXTRA COMMENTARY.