Learning how society and drink flow together.
learning the different aspects of beer, wine, whiskey, brandy, and soda pop!
Sean used his voice very well to accent interesting facts about each of the six glasses.
This book made me go (wow, really, that is cool) I enjoyed all of this book.
This book had a lot going on and at times would carry on and loose me in the story line that did not seem to fit into what was going on. A little to much drama at times.
I think the Destiny of the Republic would compare for me. Both books deal with war, and how people handled the decisions about dealing with war.
Kevin did a good job, he helped me through the boring parts with his easy to listen voice.
Roosevelt, this book grew several questions I would like to ask him.
Yes, I even told my wife she needs to read this. I usually am not attracted to this topic, however once I got started I could not put it down.
That it was told from the son's point of view.
Emma Donoghue does a great job of voice inflections, each character stood out. She makes you feel the emotions of Jack.
Jack, to pick his brain about what it was like seeing the world for the first time.
This book trapped me, if I would have picked up on what the story was about, I may not have read it. Once I started there was no turning back.
Yes, I would. This was a short read for me, however I will go back and find the book to read it all. Imagination is something that most adults are not encouraged to develop.
I would not.
I picked this book up as a free read, glad that was all. The book may well be a good read, just not for me.
I think I would listen to her again, I was just not interested in the subject.
Nothing, just did not care for the story line. Christopher Moore seemed to be a good reader, would listen to another book by him.
Only listened to 13 minutes
Just did not like how the story was moving.
Since I only listened to 13 minutes, cannot comment on this topic.
This is a great fun story.
When Earnest found out his real name was Earnest.
My son played the part of Earnest in his college play, loved it then and every time I read it, I still see and hear him.
Fun story line to follow, it is easy to get caught up in the story.
Provoking thought, exciting
Have not found one yet
For me it is easier to follow a story if I can hear it, his voice helps me follow what is happening.
I like most history. This book talks about one of our presidents and his thought process while in the white house.
A very good read.
Not sure that is possible. After reading did not feel I was moving toward getting more things done than before.
Calm, witty, likeable
Not really, just not a good flow
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