I've tried getting through this book twice now. First time reading, when I couldn't I thought maybe listening would be better. It's not.
While some of the stories were better than others, as a collective they were all entertaining and worth the listen. You don't need to be a tree hugger, wear a pony tail, nor do you have to enjoy the taste of granola to enjoy this audio book. Frankly, I don't like any of those myself, nor do I like the feel of Birkenstocks.
I'd also like to note that Alessandro Juliani's performance was absolutely amazing.
I'm a huge fan of Artie and the whole show and if you are too this book won't disappoint. I was actually surprised though that of all the talent that read, Bob Levy was one of the best while Artie himself sounded a bit flat and lacked the natural inflection and intonation I'm use to from hearing his stories told on the radio. It's a great book though, especially if you are a fan of the show.
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