I love how Tony is as hard on himself as he is on others.
I like Tony's stories about his experiences in various restaurants, weather as a chef or as a patron.
I don't know. I think i would have enjoyed the print edition too.
I loved the way Dewey interacted with the library patrons.
This book does have a sad ending. The ending though does not ruin the book.
I never finished this book. It was boring. Maybe if you enjoy cricket you will enjoy the story. sometimes a good narrator will entice me to finish the book but not this time.
I loved the different readers and how they personified the animals. Some of theses stories were very clever, others left me a bit cold.
I think hearing Tina read her own book was perfect!
Tine brings her own voice to the story. She adds little asides to the story.
The narrator was excellent and made this book enjoyable. I doubt if I had read the book that I would have finished it.
I found the plot to be non-existant. It was more a collection of short stories. I wish it had been marketed that way.
maybe. the writing was excellent but the subject would not be appealing to many of my friends.
I had trouble distinguishing between the journalist and the queen of the south. the narrator needed to change her voice more as the book went back and forth between the two characters. i would think i was listening to one person and suddenly realize that the perspective had changed and that the story was being told by the other character. I had to do some rewinding.
Near the end of the book i discovered the journalist was a man! all along i thought it was a women. I either missed this at the beginning of the book or it was very ambiguous. I don't know if this confusion was because of the narrator or the author.
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