Hey Audible, don't raise prices and I promise to buy lots more books.
Nothing wrong with this guy's brain. That's actually part of the story and what a wonderful story it is. The book is a collection of anecdotes that remind me of This American Life or The Onion. The book is magical and touching, short and sweet. The book is very well written and narrated by the author. No fluff here; just succinct, cohesive, meaningful stories of a Spokane American Indian coming of age in a modern world. These are frank and candid memoirs appropriate for adults and young adults. The book is highly rated on most lists and deservedly so.
This is a very engaging story. Although I don't usually like to listen to authors narrate their own, hearing Alexie added an authenticity to the story. A sad, funny, insightful look at a young rez kid who wants to attend a local white high school so he can make something of his life. Very much worth a listen.