Its a shame that Judi Dench's other autobiography isn't available yet, because this volume, while satisfying on some levels, really lacks the depth an autobiography should have. It is meant as an addendum to her other autobiography and really reads as such. So if you are going to delve into this book its best to be a true Judi Dench lover or have read her other autobiography prior to reading this volume.
That said, Dame Dench still has lots of great stories and insights into the theatre and film industry and her own life in this book. I loved it for what it was and hopefully you can too.
It's a good book about the wars America is now conducting. However it does have some holes in its facts, particularly regarding Al-Alawki.
First and foremost, the author really screwed the pooch when choosing to read this book himself. he's not a good reader and his dry, monotone, uninspired style sounds like someone reading a chemistry paper. It made it hard to enjoy the highlights of the book which include his information about left/right brain states of being.
you will be much better served reading the hard copy than doing this one in audio book.
This one felt very unfocused for the first two-thirds of the book. It kept straying from the main plot.
I thoroughly enjoyed the humor and information of this book. Neil Patrick Harris is the kind of guy people should emulate!
when's the next one? I loved it so much I didn't want to stop. darker than zombie fallout but still great.
it's a very warm and touching telling of back stage stories. it just does tons of repetition of topics. otherwise, there are lots of fun bits that fans will love.
a very well written account of the Washington Post's involvement in taking down Nixon and friends.
I enjoyed the book but it was made very hard by the reader who didn't get the characters. she really missed the mark with Howl. She was good with his accent, but failed to add any nuance or comic timing.
The Alice relationship, which is a crux for most of the series felt extremely glossed over and shoved to the side. The whole explanation of Alice's motivations and what really happened also felt very rushed.
No, I felt it was the worst book in the series thus far. I love this series and was very much looking forward to this installment. It felt like Delaney just forcing a new series out of this book. He doesn't let this book properly finish the Last Apprentice series. Can he continue on? Sure, but this book felt like it didn't have a resolution at all. If felt like the characters were more flying by the seat of their pants after having these clear options before them.
There is a gross amount of reiteration of old material that isn't put forward in a way that is anything but dull to readers who have been following the series. Not only that, but he does it multiple times!
I was actually quite surprised and sad to find that Christopher Evan Welch didn't read this book. Cendese was fine, but he couldn't match Welch's depth and strength.
I just don't appreciate where this book went at all. Frankly, I'm still so angry that I'm having a hard time putting it into words.
This is an inspirational story about the importance of truth. I adored everything about it. Sure, you learn to hate the sport for what it forces cyclists to do. Tyler & Daniel delve deeply into the trouble world of modern cycling and don't hold back anything about the EPO riddled world that it unveils.
It is so good that I wanted more. Which is always a good thing.
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