Insightful, sympathetic, funny
The helicopter ride with the ex-Vietnam veteran on Ben's last attempt to romance his wife
Ben Weaver, the main character, was very funny, and the writing was superb. It was a little odd to have a woman narrate a man's story, but, that being said, it was well-done. I'm new to audiobooks so maybe this is a common thing.
Desperately seeking love at all costs
A well-written story which appears to truly convey the inner workings of a man's mind when he's in love and wants to stay in love.
Joe Bev did another fine job in bringing us rare Daws Butler. Features an interview with Yogi Bear, an pilot for an ABC radio show, and two songs--one called "Bingo Ringo" (given the popularity of the Beatles and Lorne Greene's single at the time, not a surprise) and a rocked up version of Oh My Darling Clementine, in his Huckleberry Hound voice. Daws was the Voice Magician we loved in so many cartoons and comedy bits (his work with Stan
Freberg, for example) and years later he worked with many aspiring voice artists. Fans of Daws, cartoons, Stan Freberg (a couple sketches will remind you of Stan's stuff), old time radio, etc. should enjoy this.