The Audio has Stewart and some of his stuff from his show plus S. Weaver that read it. It's funny like his show and I think I will listen to it more than once. The only down side is I had to order a cheap book to look at the pictures from the book. Still listening is enjpyable and I laughed out loud a few tiimes while I worked on computer. It really was a fun look at the Earth.
I think if I had to compare it to another book I would have to go back to an old audio I have of the Hitchhikers to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams. And yes it has that weird kind of humor while still passing alone information. Douglas would of loved Steward.
Hitchhakers to the Galaxy or a Big Finnish production, Sorry I am a Sci Fi geek. But it's not science Fiction, It's a like his show.
The parts where he explained things to a aliens set to invade the Earth, I was amuzed
It well done audio book.
NO the printed word is always better but I sure enjoy being able to listen to it over and over again and again. I don't always have time or the energy to sit and read a book but I can listen to one and I enjoyed listening to Blind Curves a great deal. Looking forward to listening to Blind Leap. I am just sorry Diane and Jacob stopped with just 3 books in this series.
Yes it did, it keep me guessing and wondering what it would be like to be totally blind, I lost the sight in my left eye due MS and I now use just my right eye for seeing every thing, And it would drive me crazy to have to learn brill at my age, I am not sure I could learn it and I just love reading. So I wondered about the lead PI of Blind Eye and how it would be to do all that she could do. And Bud also gave me hope getting around in his wheelchair. And how stubborn he was and well the mystery keeps you guessing until the very end. Like a roller coaster ride.
I never listened to Aiko Nakasone before but I hope she does the whole trilogy so I can listen to her on the other two books. She kind of rocked my world; she was that good!
It's kind of stupid but there are two, the first is when Bud has to get out of his car for the first time and it goes step by step: though all he has to go through to just get in his WC to go to the bathroom. I felt that hit home for me because of my MS and thinking about some of my own step by step things. The second was how hard Tucker tries to please everyone at Blind Eye and how for a long time they kind take her for granite.
This is a lovely book, A great mystery. It shows both positive lesbians and differently able people living and working normal lives in a positive light. The story is charming and still gives you a good mystery with nice to follow clues. Over all I give it an A+
The pace of the story that it would let you think it was slowly down only to jump to warp speed. I liked the interesting way Vampire were brought to light (pun intended) in this story. They were not Buffy's two D vampires nor were they the over sex charged vampires of the Anita Blake (Laurel K Hamilton) world. Just enough balance between the two to keep interested in the story of a girl/ now a vampire passage into a new life style.
I like the lead character who's name has slipped my MS filled brain, but she had gusto and I liked her approach to suddenly finding herself among the un-dead and how fast she adapted to her new world and what guts she showed
It was wonderful. Just the right inflection in her voice to carry the character. She made you believe the story full of vampires.
Young girl college student wakes and finds she has become a vampire and now must walk a tight rope through the unknown world of vampire politics.
It is a fun start to what I hope is a great series I can't wait to read more of the other books in this series.
Yes, because it's a great story and for the silly reason I live in Louisville KY and have spent many an afternoon at Churchill Downs betting races. I enjoyed this behind the stables look at the races with a lesbian cast and fun characters. I enjoyed there interaction and how the racing industry works.
The strong female leads in the story and slow love story that happened between the two main characters set against the back drop of mostly Churchill Downs but not only there, It really was a wonderful and funny story. I loved the part were they steal the horse back to save it's life.
The part where they steal the horse back to save it's life. It was just crazy enough to be a really story.
I think her name is Rosa or Maria (Sorry I can remember her name) The Hispanic stable worker that was the main bosses like best friend. I got the feeling not only does she know where all the bodies are buried and that she is hot between the sheets to women. But she could keep you laughing until you busted something inside.
Great story, A + , both funny and heart warming but I loved the inside scoop on the racing industry and how it works.
YES! I was surprised at how much I liked the story and the interaction between the two women. And besides being a nice lesbian romance story it's a good science fiction/mystery action thriller that is like a hard roller coaster ride with twist you don't see coming.
First that it wasn't predictable, it had nice twist to it that kept surprising you. Second it was a lovely romance story between a cop done wrong by the system trying to get her life back on track and back to being a cop and a women with a shady past that was trying to make some of the black marks against her go away because not all of them were her doing and she had other now to think off. Even though they are both women you can see how they must depend on one another but how also they both fall for the other one with out ever trusting them fully.
The cop, She was tough but tender, kind of a marshmallow inside. I liked how the story let us into her head and let us know what she was thinking and feeling. The fact she couldn't figure out why her boss was out to get her, just the whole POV from her eyes was nice.
The Cop and it's because I liked they way her mind worked. Her honor, and her honesty. I would love to go out for pizza and a beer with her and just talk about her world and how it works, why she became a cop. Just everything about the world she lived in and her.
This surprised me at how good it was and how much fun it was to listen too. They have good deal if you buy the book first the audio. So my advice is to do it that way because it's cheaper and you have both to listen and read.
There is no printed version audible! This is Suzanne W. doing her stand up routine brilliantly following in the footsteps of Kate Clinton or even if you stretch it a little Lilly Tomlin. But Suzanne is her own person and owns her comedy. She does touch on current events a little, Martha Stewart going to jail but is not a hard sale on politics. She speak more about the personal. Like her Mother and her sisters, Her acting career, Her girl friend and there cats. And she makes it so funny you almost wet yourself you are laughing so hard.
I like her whole stand up routine, she has perfect timing between jokes and you feel her giving you the punch lines like all the great comic masters do. Timing you just can't teach you either have it or you don't and Suzanne has it. She keeps you in laughter while giving you time to get a breath before you are laughing again.
Suzanne's comedy really is Fresh, a nice voice for the lonely lesbian. I like the story she tells about giving her mother the tee shirt that and her mother not understanding what it meant and wearing it everywhere. I also enjoyed the story about the home depot and the 40 pounds of grout.
They have, Suzanne W. has at least one HBO special that was filmed and boy is it funny. She is so talented. Sometimes you can caught her doing one of those half-hour comedy things on Comedy Central or the like. She really is very funny. I know when Here TV was trying to make a go of it she and 3 other lesbian comedians where filmed together for a special. The DVD's and taped and specials are hard to find but out there and she is awesome to see perform.
This is the best of her 3 audio stand up routines that were taped. But all 3 were very funny. I got this and the other two on sale though I own the CD already. I bought them so I would have them on my kindle when I felt the need for a good laugh. Even though I have heard all 3 dozens of times - still I laugh at the jokes every time.
Tacky Funny Soap/Drama. Sorta of cheated on the last word. But the story is a little B-Movie Tacky yet amazingly FUN soap opera-ish Drama that pokes fun in it's own way at the whole genre while being tenderly interesting. Radclfyee good this is not. The woman in the story might get a kiss here or there and a funny passionate feeling there but there is not one real sex scene in this novel yet the whole thing is about a group of lesbian women saving the day for Asgar. There is even a few bits of mythology tossed in on the side but it remains a true science fiction story. Still it's a fun story and you find yourself liking these Valkyrie.
Mostly the parts that made me laugh because they where so tacky. The little lines about "but first I have to take care of my passionate mate Kate" And when Whispering breeze is recovering from near fatal wounds Cara or maybe it's Kate says to her "You can't die because if we were to take a third to our bed it would be you." Just off the wall lines that make it tacky but oh so fun to listen to, and have a good laugh.
When the Ragnar girl claims the Whispering Breeze as her mate, or finally admits she wants her and is willing to fight of anyone who comes near her dying mate. It was a kind predictable scene but fun and funny.
In the future where the earth is hopelessly out number and out gun, Earths only hope is a handful of Valkyrie who have landed Asgar on Earth to help out. OK TOO LONG, Short version Space Monster attack Earth but Earth is Saved by Valkyrie.
This a well written piece of fluff but it's fun fluff with lesbians in a positive light. It made me smile if not laugh. If you enjoyed the first book you will love the second but read/listen to the first one first.
YES YES YES!!! I love MS Westenhoefer's stand up. She is extremely funny and it's nice to have a lesbian do our own humor. Plus she is thought provoking. She makes you think about our culture and ourselves, about the trials of coming out, of dealing with family. But her way of handing is to take you on cruise. Have fun and listen.
I think I found just her general stand up funny but my favorite routines where about the Amish and Her saying with her mother with her the parts about her sister and her mother.
I have all three of her CD at my house, I downloaded all three of her CD's on to my computer and kindle fire. I have several DVD's with her doing small bits I love watching her whenever I get the chance to see her on TV. Do yes I have a lot of stuff she does. She is a really funny comedian. And this Audio of her stand up routine is really funny.
I have seen Suzanne do her stand-up on HBO special's which is as close as you get to seeing preform on of her stand up routine. If you can find a copy -do, she will make you laugh till you cry.
This a lesbian culture icon thing, if you are gay you need to hear this and laugh -hard.
She was just plain funny both for straights and gays. I love the playground routine bit, it makes you think really hard while you are laughing so hard your sides hurt. She brings up so good question about how we grew up compared to the kids today. And she is just plain funny in her stand-up routine,
I think Kate Clinton, Or Suzanne Westenhoefer stand-up is just as good but Elvia is more main stream than Kate. Suzanne did try to be a little mainstream. Margo Gomzo also is a good stand-up comparison. Lea Delea maybe a little like her but Elvia is more mainstream. Elvia is just funny like every one in this list.
The playground Stuff in her routine, And her imitation of her mother talking. I like the way she imitates her mother like once she tells everyone she is a lesbian and she imitates her mothers reaction. "We knew, it was all those Cats" She just is funny.
My reaction to her stand-up routine was to laugh and laugh until I cried and my sides hurt.
She is one of the truly funny woman out there, the fact she is also out, proud and again FUNNY. SHE IS AWESOME!
It's a recording of a stand up routine. And a really funny one. Kate gives us her views on life, Politics, love and makes you laugh really hard. This was recorded in the early 2000's when George W, Bush was president. And she does give Bush a hard time along with Bob Doyal and the Mars Probe just to name a few of her topics she talks about. Even though some of this is dated it's still a Dyke's dream to rock your world.. Kate is the god-mother of lesbian comedy. But she doesn't just talk about gay stuff, no she talks about stuff in America. She is just plain funny.;
It's all Kate all the time; doing one of her best monologues. She makes you laugh until you are crying;You laugh so hard you sides will hurt.
The parts were she talks about George Bush, And The parts were she is talking about the Oscar and Barbara Walters. And when she talks about going to India and her girlfriend and Bob Jones U. And the Microsoft parts. And I could go on and on. It's just a funny CD and it's just a great funny stand up routine.
I like how she pointed out how small the lesbian community is and how every one seems to know each other and how we just seem to trade around our dating pool. You have to hear her routine on this but it's funny.
Kate is the God Mother of Lesbian comedy and her insights into life are a lot of fun to hear even though this a dated CD. It is still funny. Kate just is still relevant today. And part of our history, Don't miss this.
Mostly because of her political truths and general observations of life, She presents in such a funny way that it just makes you laugh really hard until you are half crying while you are laughing so hard.
I liked the part monologue on PCH and how they half to someday half to come to a gay household, And I like her stuff about her lover and her stuff on GAP stores. The Gap store stuff was super funny, Just the who CD is funny from start to finish, Just the way she looks at at life in America. And I know some of this CD is dated but it still stand up and is as funny today as it was in the 90's when she recorded it, It's just the way she views life. She recorded it before the year 2000 and makes reference to it but like it still holds up and is true today stuff. The Viagra stuff was really funny too. And the Clinton Stuff was Awesome. And Xena, She-Ra, And George Bush and...
It's all Kate just her doing her monologue. And Boy does she make she laugh, She is the godmother of all the lesbian comedy. She was the great first great lesbian comedy (OK, Lilly Tomlin but she didn't do Lesbian comedy.)
Kate did a DVD of her stand up which is very funny. I wish there were more films of her doing her stand up acts over the years, I saw her live in the early 90's at the South Woman's Music Festival and she made the weekend. The best act there over all the music acts. I loved her.
Just a funny story, while at the South Woman's Music Festival every one had to work a job for so many hours so I ended up working security for the back stage entrance, so I couldn't really see the stage very well but I could hear it well. Anyway I hear Kate and loved her. Later she came to get her stuff and I stopped her because she didn't have the back stage pass thing. Anyway her girl friend did. So I let them back. And As I was holding them up I asked them if they caught Kate Clinton because she was Awesome. And Kate was much amused. Anyway when she came back with her custom I realized who I had stopped and just felt stupid. But she was nice about it. At least I told her she was Awesome when I didn't know who she was. .
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