Hearing it in the author's voice gave what may have been otherwise flat, an emotional depth.
The Texan in chapter "pray". He was down to earth, insightful, and had a great sense of humor.
When the author/narrator decided to end a dysfunctional relationship with her rebound lover who also precipitated her year long journey.
While I never read the print version, hearing the text in Tina's voice was awesome. I think I wouldn't enjoy the print version as much.
Anything by David Sedaris.
After Bossy Pants by Tina Fey and David Rakoff's works, this was a favorite.
He fairly took on the gritty and the great of working in the hospitality industry.
David Rakoff took sardonic and dry humor to a new level. His capacity for the rhythm of language as well as timing of information was unique.
David's pseudo-affected tone.
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