This book starts off as the laugh out loud adventures of super waiter, focused on funny customer stories, and waiting misadventures. However, at about the half-way point, it begins to devolve into the psychology profile of a loser middle aged waiter and his struggles with aging. If I wanted a nonfiction psych biography of someone I'd never heard of, I'd go read livejournal. I wish the second half of the book could have been as good as the first half; the first half is worth the read, but the second half isn't.
My main interest in this book was because I already enjoy the series. The reading was a good one, though I could have done without the last author insert story. If you're already a fan of Spider's work, give it a try. If you're not a fan, I don't think audio is really the best format for your first experience.
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