Trade Ed. Simon and Schuster Audio 1997
CS ISBN $17.00 Two cassettes
Moore goes beyond the naive get-back-to-the-country brand of simplicity, suggesting that community--as well as technological, medical and economic progress--can play a vital role in leading a simple existence. His telling anecdotes and clear suggestions lead one to look for the spiritual in the commonplace and accept guidance from one’s intuition and imagination. Moore’s voice is comforting and compatible with his message. His pacing is relaxed. His humor is easy and, at times, self-deprecating. All of this creates an intimacy in Moore’s delivery that draws in the listener. Pleasant New Age musical interludes complement Moore’s presentation. P.B.J. ©AudioFile, Portland, Maine [Published: JUN/JUL 98]
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