I never thought I would call something "dreadfully unfunny", but this audio book is dreadfully unfunny. the introduction was good, but went downhill fast. I, like many other people, bought this book on the strength of Hodgman's Daily Show work. Maybe allowing him to carry on untethered to a subject is too much for him to carry off.
Phil Gigante is an awful narrator, and his voices for women are beyond atrocious. I hope his rates are reflective of his performance quality.
I was surprised that Rawles actually wasn't negative regarding the farm family that was "moral but not religious". He does love to witness in his books and is clearly biased against those who are not Catholics or Christians. Still, he does now how to weave practical advice in with the story line.
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