I'm just 20 minutes into the book and already annoyed with the narrator.
The narrator reads the book as if he doesn't know what he's talking about. He constantly breaks the flow of narration. It is very distracting. I've listened to a fair amount of audio-books and there might have been some bad voices, but narration was always fluid.
I've been subscribing for the past 2 years to Susie's Audible Show. So of course when the opportunity came to know a little more about the Lady that informs me about all things sex and makes me laugh every Friday, I grabbed it.
I have to say "What a Life!" Susie describes her Ups and Downs in a self-reflective way that is easily to relate to and feels very honest. You really get an interesting glimpse into the 70s feminist and teamster movement.
Susie is narrating this book like most of her work herself, which is great since she got a very pleasant performance voice and gives this a very personal touch.
If you were gripped by the ups and downs in The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe you will enjoy this book, too.
If you are listening to In Bed with Susie Bright or enjoyed any of her other works, this is a no-brainer.
Awesome, I was laughing the whole way back home from work. So true, So true. Susie for President!
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