Bill Maher and my late boyfriend were cut from the same cloth in so many ways. The first time I watched "Real Time with Bill Maher" I could have sworn I was sitting with a more articulate version of my boyfriend. I started to record his show last year and play it for my him and he loved it. He was fighting cancer at the time which last month took his life. New Rules was our favorite part of the show. We would both belly laugh at this section. Being from MA, my boyfriend's favorite interview was the one with Duval Patrick.
Cancer took him last month and I had just downloaded this book which I was going to listen with him. Losing him devasted me, as we had been together for fifteen years. Listening to this book on my commute has been the only thing that has made me smile since his loss. I actually laughed out loud at times. Thank you Bill Maher!
I enjoyed going back and forth from 1961 to 1919 with the two stories. I figured out the connection long before the hints. I felt more connected to Vivien as I have experienced the loss that she did and I understood her better.
I think it was quite enjoyable the way it was.
My first time listening to the performer, she did a good job.
Jack Reacher reminds me of Harry Dresden sans magic. A tall, lanky figure who gets caught up in
Dresden Files sans magic.
I thought he did a great job except his Finley sounded more like James Earl Jones than a Harvard/Boston man.
No, I love have books to listen to on my commute.
I loved hearing about the late 50s and early 60s and the love story between Jake and Sadie. Here was a good man caught in a conundrum. I really enjoyed this book.
Jake. A good man trying to the do the right thing, over and over again.
Jake and Sadie dancing.
No. I love having a book that makes my commute more enjoyable. I was hoping for some traffic jams because I wanted to listen longer.
It was a pleasant story. I think I expected more from the story, but it was not bad.
No, not really.
He was okay.
I really loved the Strike and Robin as a team solving the mystery and crime.
Yes, I liked the twists and turns.
When Strike and Robin were shopping.
No, but my commute was much more enjoyable.
Yes, I really enjoyed Joyland. King has a way of making the place and characters come alive and making you care about them.
Without giving anything away, the end.
Devin Jones. He was so real in voice.
No, but it made my commute so much more pleasant.
I always enjoy a Sophie Kinsella book. They are always fun and I look forward to my commute when I have it on my ipod.
Lorcan. I really liked him and how he and Fliss interacted. I loved that we had two protagonists in this novel.
I've listened to all of her Sophie Kinsella books.
How Lorcan interacted with Fliss and her son. He was great.
A masochist. I stayed with this author until the bitter end, but the last two books were dreadful. The one previous to that was so dark and disturbing I wish I had skipped it.
Gone back and read her own series before writing those last three or four books. I cannot believe the same person who wrote Dead To The World and All Together Dead. Gone is the wonderful humor and the report between the characters. She turned Eric into a shadow of his former Viking Vampire self and made Sookie so uninteresting her parts of the book were hard to read. I got so sick of hearing about the Blood Bond and the Cluviel D'or. Those last two books were phones in as they were filled with filler about errands and rehashing earlier books. This series turned to junk.
None. Absolutely none. after almost 11 books of Sookie loving Eric, she ends up with Sam. She used to be able to read Sam and now she can't. Did Charlaine not read her own books? I feel robbed by this author. Hey Charlaine, go read Jim Butcher's Dresden Series. Here is an author who keeps his character true to form and keeps his audience interested.
It ended and this author will never get another dime out of me.
I have enjoyed this story and liked the progression, but reading the Prince's novella really gave a lot of insight into how he thinks. America is playing with fire.
Moved the story along a little more than it was.
No, she does a good job.
It's a trilogy so there will be a third book.
I didn't read the print version so I really can't say. I enjoyed the audio version.
Seeing how the characters from Castle become the characters in the Nikki Heat world.
Sure. He did a good job.
No, but it did make my commute more enjoyable for a week. Listening to audiobooks while I commute back and forth to work keeps my stress level down.
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