If you enjoyed the series, this is the first season via book.
Mrs. Bridges - she's strong, speaks her mind, and she's independent.
That she was one of the characters in the television series - I enjoyed her connection with the show.
Yes! You need to be interested in the era and appreciate that while the story revolves around Louise Brooks' life, she is not the main character facing problems in the story.
Not sure of comparisons, but I love this time period and reading about old film stars, so that was why I was interested.
I don't want to give it away.
This is a fitting title!
I loved this book! Eric is blunt about his addiction; he's honest about his demons and its contents could serve as reminder for all who have substance abuse problems. He's also a success story with the addiction, so it's powerful and encouraging. The history of his music life is done well; I enjoyed reading about that life journey too. For me, it was a chance to understand an honest portrayal of a man suffering from disease.
Being that Eric is British, the British accent was enough to have me thinking that Eric was reading the story himself.
YES! I coudln't get enough!
Highly suggest that if you like biographies, honest portrayals and the reminder that even celebs can have the problems of the regular guy - great read.
I love history, however, this presentation was very dry and made it difficult to stay engaged.
I love reading history books - will look for something that is a little more engaging.
Monotone voice was difficult to pull me in.
The text would probably be interesting for me to read in book/e-book form. The narration definitely contributed to the difficulty I experienced in staying engaged. I ultimately abandoned this book and wasted the credit.
This iwas the first agatha I read. I really enjoyed it; although I now have read many of her books both audio and in paperback format, I was still intrigued as to how this crime was accomplished!
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