If you want a reason to stop eating at chain restaurants, this is it! Well written, well read book about all the things restaurants do to make us eat more and come back. Whether you like it or not, it will change the way you view food.
Thank you for the wonderful gift Audible! I love being a member!! Jim Dale is AMAZING. If you had him read the phone book, I would pay a lot of money to download it. I appreciate that it was said, "Performed by Jim Dale." He doesn't just read the story, each time he reads, it's a masterful performance!
Dickens+Jim Dale=A Very Merry Christmas for me. Thank you again!
Wow, what a well read book. The narrator does an excellent job. The reason for my lower rating is because it swears endlessly. Way too much swearing. Brace yourself.
I had high expectations for this book because so many raved about it. It was good but not great in my opinion.
I'm a reasonably organized person but this book helped me tremendously. I appreciated that the author gave me permission to get of told bridesmaids dresses, my Grandfather's hat, and other sentimental things that I was just hanging onto.
Hahahahahahaha. Definitely made me laugh. An enjoyable read. I was quite impressed with how true to Austen's characters the author remained. Overall, pleasantly surprised!
This was a fine biography. Not particularly interesting and not particularly performed well. Just okay.
Well written, enjoyable, and personable. I like how Rob Lowe says the interactions he appreciates and looks for the most are sincere ones and connecting with people on a deeper level. He demonstrates that through his story-telling. His book has a feeling of openness that makes one feel like old chums.
Elizabeth Smart is an incredible woman who shares her story in a profound way. Not only does she detail the account of her abduction, she shares insights into her story of healing. It is amazing to me that while she was taken by a man who claimed religious dominance, she never turned her back on God. In fact, she says she felt watched over by Him.
The parts I found most touching are when she talked about her Grandfather and not letting her abductors steal another minute of her life. What an incredible perspective.
Where is part two of the story? Well read--very enjoyable, but incomplete. Not sure why Audible has this version available.
While I listened to this book several years ago, it still haunts me today. A well told, well thought out story of abuse that shouldn't be taken lightly even though it is written from the perspective of the young child.
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