No. I kept feeling like I wanted to jump off a bridge when i heard the nagging narrator's voice.
No because it was really boring and didn't give specifics -- it was a lot of general "get out there and create and don't be afraid" rather than "here are a few ways you can combat _______ when you are having difficulties.." There was nothing but common sense offered. i really expected something better.
No!!! His voice is irritating and very arrogant sounding. I definitely had difficulty listening to the book with his narration -- I kept trying to filter the nagging part out so i could concentrate on the content -- but in the end I couldn't. In my opinion, this reader's voice did an injustice to the book.
Yes. It has a lot of good laughs in it. It's like having tea with a good friend who you share a lot of history with.
Her description of her childhood.
no, but i plan to!
I liked how the author presented the tale from two narrators -- the same really, old and young versions of the same person. i was close to my grandparents and this book made me remember a lot of the stories they told me -- and i wished i were able to have viewed them as younger protagonists rather than just my grandparents!
yeah, sometimes i felt the voices were too familiar, having heard them tell other tales... but i guess that happens.
I'd recommend this to anyone who wants a nice tale that doesnt really go anywhere. great to read while working out on a treadmill.
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