This book was recommended to me by and friend and Im glad he did. A very well written and narrated book that was simple but compelling. I was really bummed when it was over. What was really interesting was all of the people that came into JR's life that seemed to pave the way to his path to becoming a terrific writer.
I listen to audio books on my M-F 40 minute commute into Raleigh NC. I am the founder of The Shore Grief Center, a nonprofit.
It's a memoir so nothing to change.
Not really. It's not a very unique nor exciting story.
JR of course
He offers a very authentic performance as he tells his own story.
This is a beautiful memoir filled with a cast of rich and interesting real life characters. I laughed and cried many times throughout the story. Even though I initially read it when it was first released, I enjoyed it every bit as much, listening to it on audio.
This one felt like a poem to me. A sweet little gem. I loved the tone and the feel of the story. It really transported me. And the use of the background music really added to the overall experience. Kudos to Mr. Moehringer as both the author and narrator of this terrific book.
I like crafts, gardening, reading and camping.
This was very different from what I like to read/listen to - Mysteries and Thrillers - but I enjoy the story of a boy becoming a man. If anyone can recommend anything else like it let me know.
Counselor with eclectic taste, I enjoy all types of fiction, dark, strange and twisted things, humor and explicitly.
This is a pleasant listen, I liked the narration. I was a little disappointed in the content and felt it was lacking and a bit miss leading; endearing none the less. What I must say is that it was not what I expected based on the reviews and descriptions. What I did like was that it was a smooth and enjoyable listen, if you like memoirs I recommend it.