It's told so candidly that I feel I am right there living the events with everyone involved.
Maya Angelous' books. Native Son. Black Like Me. Other books that give an intimate portrait of a person from a different culture & background from my own.
Yes, it made me laugh & cry, as I vicariously experienced the life events of Sotomayor and her family & friends.
I didn't read the print version, but I prefer listening to this kind of story.
Yes, there are plot turns that keep the excitement high.
Harry's daughter, Mandy.
No, not extreme. No tears or laughter. I liked the whole thing & I'm very glad he is dating Hannah.
I'm eager for my next dose of Harry & company.
I loved Theroux's frank descriptions of what he experienced and how he felt about everything.
It made me want to take the same trip--or ar at least parts of it.
Muller's tempo is just right, alternating appropriately from phrase to phrase and he speaks the various accents convincingly.
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