I had high hopes for this book, and had considered buying it for my son for Christmas, but didn't get around to it. So I picked up the audio version. But I hard as I tried and as much as I wanted to like this book, there just wasn't a lot of substance, at least in the first third, after which I just gave up. A recounting of my everyday activities would have been just about the same as this, so...
I didn't know what to expect when I found this one, but it turned out to be a fantastic story, well written, trailblazing story by a couple of teenages, one of who was Eric Sevareid. An astonishing story.
The original concept was pretty interesting, but it never got fully developed, at least before I gave up. Things would be developing along nicely, and then all of a sudden it would be ages later and there were all sorts of stuff that just went away, with only a cursory mention.
It went on this way for so long, I finally gave up after about 2/3's of the way through.
If you like Craig Fuguson, you'll love this book. It gives a good insight about his evolution, and what it takes to be a comedian and writer.
This, I thought, was the best of the three book series. It was hard to stop listening.
The plot in the first book was the most complicated, and interesting, but this second book held my attention above the other two.
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