I've been a long time fan. No other way to put it..but this book was hard to enjoy. You mull through hoping, pleading that it will get better and sure enough...last chapter is excellent. Excellent enough for you to want more. I liked it better when Terry would write one book = one story. I'm tired of the "to be continued so I can live in Hawaii." If the next one is just as bad, then I'm out.
The narrator does a great job. Brings depth to the book.
It ties into "the Keep."
I'm not really sure what to say, other than it wasn't as interesting as the first book. He does well as a narrator, but this book was missing the spice of the first book.
It's about as good as Rob Lowe's book.
He's very grounded, unlike many celebrities.
When his mother died.
Some of the Chapters were very creative and funny.
It's almost dry witty stand up, sometimes it's funny.
No. It's arbitrary.
He's screwed up, but he spends most of his time making fun of other people.
It was a good listen. This girl's life was hard from the time she was three. You feel for her, trying to escape her "genetic" short comings. The abuse is shocking.
Tatum. Mostly from her child aged movies.
He's an egomaniac, and still didn't tell the whole truth.
I felt sorry for the people he had hurt.
He should go and find brigitte nielsen drunk in the park and spend their wrecked lives together.
St. Nick....ha ha...too funny.
James Marsters makes the book extra enjoyable. I'd put him right up there with Dick Hill. I'm glad he's back, reading as Dresden.
Welcome back from Hawaii Terry. This book is back on track. Great writing and interesting story.
Nothing to rave about. Not bad for the price. Content helpful? In General yes. Would I recommend it to others? No.
This book reeks of Timothy Ferris B.O. Just another "morning glory" book. The excitement fades quickly after the first few chapters.
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