Yes, it was an interesting read giving you an indepth perspective and some real life advice from someone that is not trying to be "a teacher"
There are no characters, so I guess Kevin Smith. But when he mimicked his wife I laughed every time.
I always love how real Kevin Smith is. He recognizes that he's just a regular guy. He might be rich and recognizable, but he's still just a dude.
Look for where the puck is going to be. And, Bruce Willis is a dick
Love Kevin Smith! (hated clerks)
Beautiful look back
Ayla, I love to hear about her struggles and thoughts and all the things that she goes through.
When she used her sling to save the baby.
When she leaves and all you hear is her baby screaming mama!
This book is such a moving tale that has so much information about how early man survived. It makes me want to learn some of the things that they did.
At least this wasn't the standard romance procedure. The story was convoluted and a bit ridiculous and I was glad when it was over. It wasn't terrible, it wasn't great it was just...meh.
The narrator had such a thick accent that there were times that I could barely understand her. Especially when she was doing the cooing simpering voice of the heroine.
I got it cause it was free. But, having absolutely no previous knowledge of Sherlock other than knowing that he was an english detective it was great to hear exactly how his mind works and to "see" him putting things together. I was surprised and a bit bummed when it was over.
This is a well written and well performed piece. It was so nice to hear about love and family and witchiness. There were several times in the book that I wished I could do magic like that! The book explained magic in a way that was very interesting and seemed sort of reality based. Magic or no, I sure wish I had a family like this!
I wasn't sure how I would like it. I mean, I know it's a classic, but sometimes classics can be a little...dry, to us modern readers. It was FANTASTIC! Tim Curry was masterful and I enjoyed every second of it. I hated having to get out of my car because I would have to stop listening. The story is so much better than any movie adaptation I've ever seen and I'd highly recommend it to all.
This was not my favorite. Don't get me wrong, it's still a good book and it's still worth reading. But, comparing it to any Stephanie Plum books, or even the first Wicked book leaves it lacking. The story just doesn't plow as smoothly as previous books. And it simply wasn't as funny as the other one. I'm still going to be following this series, but I hope this was just a lull.
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