Heartfelt, Honest, Genuine
Andre III, just cuz he's the main character and who you know the most about. I appreciated his insights and growth.
The making of the casket.
It seemed like a very unique read, like it was just a straight-out stream of consciousness but it all flowed so naturally and smoothly. He did a great job of giving sensual cues that let you be at the locale of the scene.
I already have.
The kitchen with his father and uncles all working with him.
Clear and just the right amount of drama.
For Love of Food and the Stories it Tells
I already have. It's really long, yet you don't want it to end. It has everything, romance, adventure, intrigue. I did not want to read another nostalgic Kennedy story, so I was skeptical, but it's not that at all - just a brilliant story.
The details of life in the 50's and 60's, the brain twister of any length of time in one plane being only 2 minutes in another and yet your body ages according to which plane you're in, only Stephen King comes up with this stuff.
George, great job with the voices though. It was clear but not distracting.
Something happen. Occasionally there was a subtlety described that was entertaining, but for the most part it was just endless conversations between irritating personalities.
No idea, but I found all of the voices irritating and I was still confused about who was who. Good voices, very talented in that regard.
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