Yes. This is a laugh out loud audio book.
I loved it when she described her infamous parents.
She seems to completely enjoy telling her story.
Yes. The book itself is hilarious and the narration is too.
OK. I'm disappointed. The narrators sing-songy style narration ruined this book for me. She also had such poor phrasing that often the story didn't make sense.
Colin Firth! There is no better and he completely adds to the tone of the story. The story itself is intriguing until it gets to the motivations of the object of the affair. That part seems unrealistic, bordering on silly.
I loved the main character and the relationships in the story.
I liked the main character and his twin sister. Both were flawed in very different ways, but put them together and they were hilarious.
This is a light, fun book. It also has very touching moments. I would recommend it, hands down.
I like the flow. Disaster strikes. The Earth has shifted on its axis causing a steady stream of problems. However, adjustments are made and life continues.
The constant angst expressed by the young main character got old pretty quick. The stream of consequences that follow such a major event was very interesting.
This book is unique. Its images and story are unlike anything I have read. The line between fantasy and reality is blurred in an interesting, compelling way. The reader adds to the book.
The sheepman says, "Dance, dance, dance while you can".
The reader is excellent.
The story & narration were quite engaging.
The narration suited the characters, careful and precise. I know that others found the narration too slow, but in my mind it added to the story.
I would recommend this audiobook. Its such a welcome change from other weightloss approaches.
The focus is not on self-discipline, but rather self acceptance as well as changing the role that food plays in one's life.
The guided meditations and self-hypnosis sessions are provided in the audiobook. They are easy to access.
I would listen to this again. It is a fun book with engaging narration.
I love it when Carrie talks about her Mother.
This is a fun, light book. It gives a light look into the lives of the rich and famous. I laughed outloud many times. Carrie Fisher doesn't take herself too seriously and is able to tease out the absurdity in her life circumstances.
Yes. Anne Hathaway does a great job with the narration. It makes the book even more fun.
I loved the voices that she gave the characters. She also gave a lot of energy and enthusiasm to the overall narration. She seems to have love & affection for this book:-)
This is an excellent version of The Wizard of Oz. I purchased another audible version when my (now teenaged) kids were young and we could not finish it. This is a fun, imaginative book and Anne's reading enhances the story.
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