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The Art of Soaring

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When first published, "The Art of Soaring" stayed at the top of Russian bestseller lists for a whole year. Revealing potent ancient techniques for manifesting your reality through humor, the book became an instant favorite with over one million readers. Changing your life on the spot has never been so much fun! The theory section is followed by hilarious real life stories ...more
Paperback, 239 pages
Published January 15th 2010 by Deep Snow Press
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Mar 05, 2015 Jo rated it did not like it
I liked the first part of the book. But when all the anecdotes started, it went downhill pretty fast. They were all pretty similar (once you've read a few you've read them all), and honestly, they seemed fake. They just seemed too good to be true, and they never talked about what happened years later (if all the couples were still together, the children and parents still like each other).
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