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  • Inventions

  • By: Knower Peace
  • Narrated by: Knower Peace
  • Length: 41 mins
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Summary

Inventions deals with those big and small discoveries that have had a major effect on our modern day life. What about the microwave, push up bra, Google, and the wheel? I’m sure that if you reflected upon your life you would realize how grateful you should be. What’s next? Maybe we will be able to live on another planet, but for now let’s just celebrate how our lives have been made easier by technology. Of course there are those who do feel that some inventions have taken away from the simple pleasures of life.

©2013 Knower Peace (P)2013 Knower Peace

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Wrong Genre

This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

This book does not belong in the Science & Technology genre, as I think it was an attempt to be humorous. It bored me to tears, even at 3X.

What could Knower Peace have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

Speak more continuously, less jerkily, and faster.