I really enjoyed reading this book. I am also from Scotland and was interested to find out how he portrays his formative years. It is common knowledge that he LOVES America, but his thoughts of his homeland and the life that led to his becoming American is interesting, sad, funny and not in the least bit boring.... I have a feeling that there's a lot missing and he's taken pains not to be too derogatory toward his past,whilst telling of the ups and downs of 'regular' life 'back home'
Craig has a nice style and sense of the ironic....it made for a very enjoyable listen
I do not normally post reviews,however, this book just stopped me in my tracks. It is so compelling ,that I tried NOT to listen to it ,because I knew that I'd be sad that I'd finished it !!. I limited my listening to an hour per day ( but it was not easy !!!) great story,believable characters, and superb narration . Hope for more of this team. Thanks audible.
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