Avid fiction listener from Australia who not ashamed to have a biased for what some may call 'chicklit'. Keen for new author suggestions
I loved Angela's Ashes so was excited to read this. While a good start I found Frank annoying throughout this book. This may just be because he isn't a very nice man so don't let that put you off. Love his 'never sentimental' style.
Ties "Angela Ashes" together perfectly! Narration was lively and worth listening to! He pulled you into the story. Highly recommended!!
I have to get this book in hardcover to put on my shelf. I did not care for the first book because of the way it ended. However, you're listening to the second book I want to listen to the first one again. I have a feeling these will be listened to several times. What a wonderful story from a wonderful man. Thank you Frank McCourt.
I don't think this series of books, starting with 'Angela's Ashes,' through 'Tis,' and finishing with 'Teacher' could be performed by anyone as brilliantly as Frank McCourt! I had read Angela's Ashes years ago and while I felt it was a great book, it was dark and depressing. But hearing it told the way it was meant to be understood by the author, I found so much more humor and joy in it that didn't come through at all in written form. I so enjoyed 'Angela's Ashes' that I moved right on to 'Tis' and while I didn't find 't's literary value to be equal to that of 'Angela's Ashes,' I thoroughly enjoyed it and moved on to 'Teacher' from there. Bravo Frank McCourt! All three are definitely worth listening to in the order written.
The reader's presentation
The mother's death and aferward
I read the print version but the audible, given the author's accent, made the book one of my favorites so far this year.
This book was simply outstanding. At times I laughed, then I cried. I don't know if I cried for the characters or for me. It doesn't matter which because this book really touched me and the struggles we all lead in this life. The narration only enhanced the experience.
I couldn't get enough of Frank's Memoirs!
I wish he were still alive and doing what he did best. Telling his stories!