Yes, I already have.
Well, Jacob of course. He's funny and entertaining.
He reads his book well and it's funny to listen to his inflection.
Tip the bellman.
It's entertaining and likely useful to hotel guests.
I probably won't listen to it again but I liked it.
Tina Fey's dad meeting Lorne Michaels.
I haven't listened to her on an audio book before. It made me more interested in her other work.
No, it wasn't a cliffhander just entertaining.
I made me laugh out loud many times.
I love the way it is narrated by a voice for each character. The music works well too. It's more than just an audio book.
Lot's of them. Of course the end but I liked the narration for "the girl" whose name eludes me. I wondered if that personality came across so well in the book.
The varied cast of characters.
Probably Mike. Mostly because he had the quality in which you liked him and disliked him, he was sympathetic and annoying at the same time.
It's a good book to listen too.
If the narrator had inflection in her voice.
The case is interesting/
She seems to have a possibly computer generated voice. The pronunciation errors were hysterical which was kind of funny. The narrator ruins the listen/
The story is very sad. I watched the trial but it has been awhile.
I would advise people to spend their money on a different audible book or buy the book.
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