No, because I found the reader a little silly when she tried to do the men's voices, as well as Stephanie's. She didn't sound at all like she was from New Jersey, which would have been fine, but coupled wit the fact that she tried so hard to sound like all of the men (from NJ or not) was a distraction for me & took away from the book
It is right up there with the other 18 Stephanie Plum novels. Love them
Maybe Janet Evanovich or me!
It made me laugh
Love all of Janet Evanovich's books-not just the Plum novels. She is a great writer
I think this book might be good if you had a time machine and/or bad taste
No, actually I LOVE LOVE LOVE rock & roll books. This, however, was cheesy and such regurgitation that I had to PLOW through it as if it was a job! There was nothing new here, either to a seasoned, avid rock reader like me, or to a neophyte, as evidenced by a friend who listened to some of it. By the way, I loved Walk This Way, the Aerosmith autobiigraphy, so it is not the band, or the topic. This was old old old
No---His voice was even more annoying than the content
It was so awful, but I would start with cutting out 90% of Steven Tyler's sexual prowess and bragging. BORING.
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