I've been a big fan of David Sedaris for quite some time. I find him insightful and quirky and down right funny. This book offers more of the same, but it got to the point of too much information too many times.
He's drifted from quirky to creepy, and I stopped listening about half way through.
This is a clever story that is well written and very well read.
I really enjoyed this book.
Ego-Maniac doesn't begin to describe this author. The narration made this even worse. It was painful to listen to, and I regret spending my credit on this book.
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