I cannot answer this question as I've only listened to it.
Hmmm...name any autobiography. The place and timing are a bit different from most I've read however.
I'm actually not finished yet. That is how strongly I feel about this book. I love the father's gruff but loving words of advise. I love Rusty's description of his favorite room in 'the joint'.
Well, so far, it really isn't the Bartender's tale, but Rusty, the son's tale. But, I don't think I'd change it.
I'm anxious to share this book with my friend who is a native of Montana. I've read several books that take place in Wyoming, but none in Montana, so I'm enjoying learning a little bit about it's description and a little history.
I chose this book for my book club prior to reading it. (That is my self-imposed rule for all my selections) I was quite pleasantly surprised.
I'd actually like to read it again prior to the meeting of my book club on 4/13 so that I can set up an actual map of Harold's trip. Perhaps I will.
I liked how hidden stories for each character came out and came together in the end.
He has the perfect voice for the main character for sure.
I was intrigued by the girl at the gas station at the beginning of the book and the fact that she showed up near the end as well. Not too many kids are willing to share in an earnest conversation with an older adult, especially one that they do not know.
Sad, moving, but motivational all in one!
The fact that it is the first Holmes mystery not written by Doyle.
Bringing the two sub plots together at the end
Scarpetta's stories are starting to drone...dark, sad, complicated. I used to enjoy them but Ms. Cornwell is starting to lose me.
I'm still in the first part and I can't get into the story. I was intrigued at first, but am about to give up...which I normally don't do.
Yes, I normally like Neil's writing.
Yes. I love all of the narrations I've heard George do before.
A bit long and didn't end the way I would've preferred. Oh well. Good voices from the narrators.
Very interesting. Really dragged after the adventuring botanist made it out of China, but enlightening just the same.
A great listen
I'm not even finished yet, but I had to pass on how enjoyable this narrator, in my opinion, is. I enjoy his tones, can hear Maj Pettigrew's sarcasm, wit, and pain in his voice. Nice. One of my favorite things about audible books is a talented speaker!
I enjoyed this one so much that I had to re-read the first one after I was done. Great story!
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