I did listen to it while performing rote work in a plastics factory. I probably would have listened while doing yard work or computing.
Having gone through therapy I recognize a parallel theme so I have had that reinforced. It is important to "look through a different window" sometimes to see more clearly. This book has helped me to do so.
I do recommend it.
Joe Mantegna's delivery. He has an "easy" voice and doesn't sound as if he is reading.
Yes... right up there with his other work. He is a "class act".
The author over-uses "He said, I said, he said" etc. Once he gets past that virtually every time a character speaks, the book is easier to listen to. I do like his repartee. I miss watching "Spencer for Hire."
Have not read the print version...
He is... because of his wit and his machine gun delivery.
Inflection and intonation as well as the fast pace.
Glad to hear him narrate rather than someone else read his work.
His use of language and his delivery of the story. Also, I am stunned that with all the drugs etc. he can remember details most would not remember.
It felt like he was telling a story and not reading it. I kept forgetting it was not Steven who was narrating. His inflections etc. were spot-on narrating.
Too many to mention.
Steven is extremely talented as a blues musician but I find his high-pitched screaming/singing tough to listen to. (The last part of the book was read by Tylerico himself)
I do respect him as an author and performer.
As a photographer, I'd love to shoot him and Joe Perry. I have shot Jimi and Marley.
His secular overview which makes sense and doesn't rely on blind faith. It confirms my view of life and the universe.
His obvious sincerity and his sense of humor.
How to think for yourself...
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