YES. I would b/c there are some small details I'm sure I missed while listening. But I would only listen to it again after I looked at the movie to try to compare.
The scarecrow, because although he said he didn't have a brain he was able to think out plans to save them when they were under attack from wicked witch until she sent the flying monkeys.
My favorite scene was the attack from the wicked witch.
Some scenes made me laugh out loud.
I learnedly something new in the book the slippers are silver and not red as the movie depicts them. Also the demise of the second wicked witch. Although she died of melting as in the movie it wasn't because Dorothy was try to put the flames out on the scarecrow. It just makes me wonder why Hollywood would put that little spend on it from all those years ago. Excellent book great classic!
yes I would recommend this book to friends b/c it had a great story line and it kept you engaged and it had some funny lines.my favo
my favorite character was Easy Rawlins. b/c he was he was the main chararcter and he was telling the story from his prospective.
No this was the first time I had listened to a book read by him.
the tag line would be "what am i gonna do come steal her shit and stand around with my thumb up my ass" (Easy Rawlins)
I am currently listening to Walter Mosley White Butterfly which is proving to be a really good book as well.
Yes! I would listen to it again because it is funny and I'm sure there are some minor details I may have missed. It is also a very good story.
Minnie! Because she had the best lines ever! She was funny. Her part had me screaming with laughter at some of the things she was going through and saying.
Ms. Cilia b/c she didn't have many friends and seemed very lonely and in need of friends.
I have not read the printed version. I'm sure they are very similar because this was the unabridged version.
Speeds was my favorite character other than Abe. Because he has some really good sayings.
He brought the story to life. It was if you could actually seeing what he was saying.
I'm not sure b/c all of the characters were very interesting. So I'm going to go with Abe, Henri, and Speeds.
This was an excellent listen. A great cross between fact and fiction. This mix was such as so that I'm looking forward to listening to pride and prejudice: vampire. This really sparked my interest.
The fact that it was the story of three different women whom became best friends despite the first impression and the gossip about Deanna.
I'm not sure this was the first time I read/listened to a book with a story line like this.
There were not any profound moments. Her voice was smooth and the words easily flowed.
Yes there were two, the first was when Deanna called Annie because she realized she need professional help with her OCD and the mental abuse she suffered as a child from her mom. The second was when Boston was finally able to cry and release the pain she suffered stemming from the death of her infant son.
This was a really good listen. I would buy the other books in the series.
I can not comment on that b/c I have not read the book. I just bought the audio version and it is absolutely wonderful!
I'm going to have say Kevin. Although he was the villain just hearing the the things he was thinking and saying to himself was hilarious. But I do think it was b/c of the way the narrator was saying what he was saying.
She brought the story to life. I probably would have enjoyed reading the book but her voice was smooth. She made you sit on the edge waiting for the next words,sentence, chapter.
I'm not sure there were some really good ones!
I loved how Carly Jo just showed up to guide Katie and the the letter she wrote to the woman whom her husband would love. That was a tear jerk moment for me.
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