Yes, it was good and entertaining, but at times depressing. The beginning of the book was light and funny but then as it went on it got heavier.
I've never read a book that was quite so different. I had no idea where it was going much of the time, but it was always very interesting. It did get quite lengthy and the author spent a lot of time explaining things, maybe a little too much. But because of its length, it was nice to know it wasn't going to end any time soon.
I really liked this book, but it was very predictable. It was funny and kept me a little interested, but I wasn't dying to get back to it.
I decided to buy this audible book because I'm a huge fan of Jennifer Crusie (and her humor). I thought I would try her collaboration with Bob Mayer, but I have to say, I can't listen to it past two hours, it is simply BAD. Bad narration, bad characters, bad everything. I can't bring myself to go back to it! I can't believe I spent the money for this - it wasn't even a CREDIT or I wouldn't feel so bad. The narration, immediately, turned me off because it sounds like they're in some sort of tunnel or something. I also agree with a previous review, where'd they get this girl voice for Pepper? Plus the little girl is obnoxious. The whole thing is just so strange and so unlike the other Jennifer books I've read. I'll stick to just books on Jennifer alone in the future.
I loved this audio book! I'm a big Kathy Griffin fan and she did not disappoint with this book. She is very outspoken and brutally honest with her life and that I admire very much. In the beginning I noticed that the narration seemed to be quite low-key, but by the end of the book? It was like listening to her in one of her acts - fantastic! Once I started listening, I couldn't turn it off.
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