I loved the twists and turns that kept you listening. Occasionally, it would start to slow but just when you thought about giving up listening...it pulls you back in. The narrator does an amazing job of exploring the characters and finding just the right voice for everyone.
It's hard to draw comparisons to this book...but it often conjured up similarities of Harry Potter, albeit with adult language. The fantasy aspect of the book reminded me of the Harry Potter series.
She is such a versatile vocalist. Looking forward to listening to her again!
Unless you take the time to REALLY REALLY read this book, I think you don't get the beautiful dexriptions you hear from the audio version. The Irish accent is key to a good portion of the story.
She's brilliant. An amazing ability to make each character unique with the Irish accent is amazing.
The only thing I find hard to believe is the main premise of the story is hard to believe. I had 4 roomates in college and I would know, without a doubt if he was a "stand in"....
I think having the book read to you lets you hear all the details that you may miss if you were reading quickly or have a hard time picking up on nuances.
I would've prefered a female narrator as the main character is a woman. I think having the book read by a woman would've
I listent to my books on my hour commute into work 4 times a week. I found myself listening at night before bed while I finished chores around the house and began looking forward to my commute!
This is a book you could listen to over and over and never tire of the hilarity. A great glimpse into the world of a nerdy kid who made it to the show....and is now running it.
The chapters on her father, Don Fey are some of the most honest, forthright and hilarious I have ever heard. Her devotion to the gay community is heartwarming and her candor about her relationships, both platonic and romantic are muddled with humor and reality.
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