I love Diane Keaton and have seen every movie she has ever been in. She plays cute, gutsy, quirky women. I love her! But this is a tale of life that would be interesting only to immediately family members in my opinion. I listen to books while doing pottery and this one had my face falling into the pots I was pulling. I absolutely couldn't stay awake. This is the kind of personal history that everyone should write . . . just not necessarily publish.
I tried four times and, even though I wasn't particularly sleepy, I zoned out. The story and the presentation just didn't catch me at all, though I'm not an action junky. Maybe I should just keep it as a sleep aid. I don't recommend it.
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