warm, lyrical, tangible
Charlie shares his life and his world in a way that is both down-to-earth and timeless. If you were young in the 90s you can certainly go back there, but that infinite feeling between friends transcends a specific time and place. I have seen myself again and again in the situations Charlie describes.
Noah is an incredible narrator, bringing life and emotion to the words without running away with the story.
This book made me smile. A lot. It made me cry. It made me want to call my friends and tell them about things I remember about the times we were infinite and the times we fought and the times we all cried, together.
An absolute must for any age. It will do your 15-year-old soul, with all it's torn notebook pages and snippets of song lyrics, good.
The stories of real people, corporations and studies were inspiring and often shocking.
Just listening to this book drove me to start a gym regimen, improve the habits of my Board of Directors, and change many mistakes that I was making in my approaches to living a more productive life!
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