I enjoyed this very much, chuckled all the way through and was almost sorry when it finished. It was a bonus having the author read his own work. Thank you for sharing your childhood adventures with your reading public!
Not been American
The father, proving fathers are the same world wide
from the horse's mouth
No, styled that one could dip and out, therefore, prolonging the pleasure
Marvelous insight into growing up in small town America in the 50/60's
Legal Thrillers, crime, fiction. humor and a bit of management sprinkled with some self improvement. All through Audible.
If it is funny, it is only for the American. It is not like his earlier books. Not a classic global book which everyone can enjoy.
I have enjoyed Bryson's other books but this one is an in-your-face reminder of how actually disgusting little boys can be - his loving and graphic descriptions of the things boys get up to had me almost sick; I had to stop listening. Some listeners may delight in remembering the sheer ickiness of childhood experience, but I didn't.