Story a FSOG knock off, but not near as descriptive. The narrator totally ruined the whole story.
I enjoyed this one much more than the first. This story developed the characters much more. The authors use of images were wonderful and the story line was believable and I couldn't stop listening.
I really enjoyed her other book Vodka Are You There - but this one was horrible. Some stories were funny, but most were not. I wouldn't recommend this one. I do think it would have been better if Chelsea narrated it.
The jail sequence was the best. The way she thinks is not normal but yet quite normal if we all admitted it. I love parts about her family. It was worth the read.
Not a prize winner, but it passed time on a long drive. A mindless listen and somewhat amuzing.
It was a strange story, and not so great. Parts were downright awful, whereas parts were at times amusing. The narrator's voice for the Italian man was wonderful and made me want to keep listening.
This is a fascinating story, how people fell into his preaching. The story behind him and his obsessions and compulsions were well established and this books did a good job of figuring them into how he hid it and how his followers didn't know.
Much milder than Fifty Shades, but no excitement - boring. The story never completes itself.
So very boring. The narrator's voice was horrible, his voice for the women was painful. The story was downright stupid.
This wasn't what I expected - title doesn't fit. It was a cute story. The narrator's voice fit what I imagined Liberty to sound like.
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