I'm a fan of most of James Patterson and who ever he has teamed up with at the moment, but I found this one lacking. I'm done with the Private series.
I don't think so.
I generally don't listen to a book a second time, but I could see listening to this again.
Two very different scenes for very different reasons. The final scene for obvious reasons. It was very touching and sweet.
Ok, don't think less of me, but the scene where Enzo decides to accept hot peppers from the awful father in law, I laughed out loud at the end of that one!
This wasn't what I was expecting at all. I guess I thought it was going to be light and cute. There was much more to it, I laughed, I cried, I worried, I thoroughly enjoyed it.
I'm so sad that this is the last we will be graced with from Maeve Binchy. My mother in law turned me on to her years ago. Tara Road was the first book I read of hers. Maeve was a beautiful story teller. During an extremely busy/hectic time at my work, to be able to climb in the car and be entertained by this book was a real treat. It's one of those books that I'm really missing now that its done.
I finished listening to The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo and had to stop the car so I could go right into this! I just hate that there can never be more than three books...very sad.
Great job narrating
Maybe it's because I'm the same age as Rob Lowe, and, naturally, had a bit of a crush on him back in the day, but I was curious about this book. After reading so many positive reviews, I decided to give it a try. All the reviews were right! He's a great story teller, and, let's face it, he's lived a pretty interesting life. I generally read mysteries so this was a bit of a departure for me. He does do a lot of great impressions as mentioned in other reviews.
Thanks for sharing, Rob! Much appreciated.
This is definitely a book that you are better off listening to rather than reading, not only is it him telling his own story, but he does that exceedingly well.
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