Very much so, having dyslexia audio books are the answer
Penn Jillette,of course
Being married,to my wife who is very Catholic. There is a part in this book regarding a hair dryer, that has nothing to do with religion. I shared it with my wife and my mom of 78 years old they both got a laugh out of this part of the book. Penn goes into it,so I'm not going to spoil it. That alone is worth the price of the book in my opinion.
The man,makes a lot of true points or facts however you perceive it. I'm going to get my wife to listen to the entire book. It's that good!!!
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I'm a person with dyslexia, at the age of 57, I honestly can't say I've ever read a book cover to cover. What made this so enjoyable was the Townsend narrating the entire book. My first audio book was Life (Keith Richards) I enjoyed it but the downside Keith only,only read a little at the beginning and end. Johnny Depp read half the book, then here's the letdown the last half of the book was narrated by some joker reading the book in the third person. Trying to come across as Keith himself. Second of all I purchased this CD's. 24 to the exact. audible.com is fantastic I can enjoy listening on my iPad in the car, or play it on my PC at home. Kudos I find this just as enjoyable as listening to the music of my generation. Why I never tried this before is beyond me. I highly recommend this book of Pete Townsend to everyone. To me it's like listening to a almost 18 hour song very enjoyable.
just hearing Pete Townsend read the entire book, this man lived it so who better to hear from.
at the moment, I can't answer this question, only about halfway into the book
definitely made me laugh more than once.
will be certainly, buying more I'm also joined the membership program, I also highly recommend that also
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