First let me say that I really enjoy this narrator. He also read Life of Pi which was another great book. This book to me is as good or better. You get involved with the people and care about them. That is unusual for me. I could not help but care and want to jump in and straighten some people out. I highly recommend this book. It is well worth the credit.
you should get this book. it's sweet, hearwarming and real. it just reflects how awful people can be, but by contrast and balance how awesome as well. it's one of the better one's i've listened to.
Everything! Do yourself a favor and listen to this delightful story
I can't find one and I keep hoping Patricia Wood will have a new one out soon
I have never listened to him before but found his narration utterly enjoyable
Perry L. Crandell, of course! We can all learn from him
One of the top 10 books I've ever read or listened to!
This was such an entertaining and unique read. I kept passing on excerpts to my husband as I listened. The story, character descriptions and messages have stuck me now for quite awhile. I highly recommend this little-known book. You will be glad you experienced it and I think you'll pass it along too. Special credit given to the narrator who made me like him as much as the story.
I really enjoyed this book. It was recommended to me by a friend and I am very glad I took the suggestion. The characters of Perry, grandam, Keith, Gary and Cherry were all so enjoyable and you rooted for them all. The characters of Perry's "family" almost ruined the book for me and I had second thoughts about finishing the book because of my severe disgust for them. I am so glad that I chose to stick it out. This story is sweet with memorable characters and important life reminders mixed with a ton of humor. I firmly believe that the people I most like and respect in my life all have a little "Perry" in them. I won't forget these characters for awhile and I can still hear their voices. The reader was excellent.... Will try him again.
This is a truly heart-warming story. There is as much wisdom about human nature in this book as in any I've read.
Paul Michael's narration was, as always, astonishing. He took a diamond and turned into a precision cut, fiery jewel.
This was a sweet book about a simple man who can be quite smart. It's the crazy characters around him that make you laugh - the Vietnam vet/hippie, the absurdly greedy family, and Cherry, the luscious store clerk. Patricia Wood created a fabulous set of characters and Paul Michael captures Perry's voice perfectly. It was nice to escape to Perry's world for a while.