May induce appetite.
I love the personality Orlagh brings to the characters.
No, just some laughs and smiles with a few heart warming moments thrown in.
Great choice when you need a break between heavier books.
Overall I did like the book. While there were several few funny moments or lines, I don't know that any of them were quite as funny as I anticipated after reading the reviews by others. Also, I think the Publisher is a little misleading on what the story focuses on. I would consider it a funny book about a woman figuing out what she wants to do after finding out her husband cheated on her and she filed for divorce. It ends up being a good, believable story but I think the publisher's summary is slightly misleading. It takes a very long time to get through the "introduction" to finally end up where the Publisher says we are headed for the main part of the story. As long as you don't focus too much on the summary and looking for humor, you will very much enjoy this book.
It's up there! An impressively written like story of a surprisingly impressive man. Isaacson confirmed his expertise on biographies with this one. Whether you love or hate Jobs, this is a must read.
Tina uses her great sense of humor to deliver an impressive life story in a purely entertaining way.
Tina has the best way of delivering the subtly interjected jokes.
Eye opening story told from a very real and familiar viewpoint. Great job at making you feel like you were there.
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