If you are a radical, you'll hate this book, but it is educational. This book shows you that there are still sensible American's on both sides of the political spectrum. Meghan McCain is the sensible, up-to-date republican, while Michael Ian Black plays the understanding comedic liberal. This is a story about what people should be thinking about America. It ignores the left- and right-wing balderdash spitting out of cable news, satellite radio, and premium television channels. No polarizing political crap in this book.
It's a book from both sides. That's rare, hard to compare.
Yes. They are opposites, but they find common ground in America. They take turns speaking their minds and often match up in ideals.
I'll never travel 3 weeks in an RV.
Meghan McCain sounds like a teenager, but she has her ideas straight. Michael Ian Black is great.
The complex story line and characters
Actually, it hurts it.
I was often confused by the narrators.
Addictive, twisted, provocative
People Who Eat Darkness: this book reads like non-fiction, not out of the realm of possibility but just fu*ked up enough to make you scared of falling in love.
The narration is spot on, but still leaves room for your imagination to picture the characters. Whelan and Heyborne are clear and concise, speaking at a perfect pace to let everything sink in as you listen. The give you time to think about the story and understand what is happening.
"It's always the husband, right?"
I haven't been this engrossed by an audiobook since I listened to Bossy Pants. While Tina Fey kept me awake at night in a fit of hilarity, this book kept me up fearing that you can't be sure that your friends and family are not psychopaths.
Very much so. It is a thriller in the true sense; an episode of Law and Order that was't made up. A testament to the necessity of family and how a bad childhood affects and entire world. The writing is incredible, the narration is just creepy enough to make your armhar stand. If you listen to this, make sure to stick around for the interviews with Richard. Putting to the story to a name and a face gives you a complete understanding of the icyness of his caharcter.
yes, but it's wicked long
I'm glad he's in prison.
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