The story was haphazard, rife with hyperbole, and contained an absolutely unnecessary love-interest secondary story for Donna which, frankly, ruined the entire thing for me. The one redeeming element of the whole thing was Catherin Tate's performance because she is a brilliant character actress.
Listen for her deft usage of accent and characterization. The story is pale by comparison.
If it weren't for Catherine Tate narrating this particular story, I wouldn't have been laughing out loud in my car on Highway 80 on my long commute home. Believe me, that alone changes lives around here. :)
Brilliant story read by brilliant woman. Who could ask for more?
I think the performers did an excellent job with their characters and am looking forward to the rest of the books.
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