a great man a great book. i was at first sad that a stroked out ray would narrate this book. i grew to love that voice as the voice of my youth from the ray bradbury's theater. if the author can't read his own book, stroke or not, who can?
Hmmmm a pet person eh? I Don't think so. This is a sad story. Most funny people have a sad up brInging. Gives a new insight into Sam. If I was not so structured, I would have given up on this in the first 10 minutes. Sam you're great, but as you know your life sucks. This is why you're great. Unfortunately, I am not sure who convinced you to tell us your lifes story. No offense. Must have been the money.
** So if your goal in books is to hear Tom read a story in the style of the depressed robot from "Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy", this is the gold standard. Half sentances, monotonous, road to nowhere, would be a better title. No story, what story there is is very predictable, right up to the end. It's not worth the 6 hours to get to the end. I made the mistake of hoping for an interesting twist at the end. Nope, never happened, predictable right to the last boring word. **
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