The only way to read this book is to listen to Carrie, herself, tell it...her wit and charm and emotion come through hilariously..
Delicious, consuming, intriguing..
The stories about business and food preparation in her restaurant and her trips to Italy, but mostly her superb writing ability. The descriptiveness of her words, even when writing about banal things, was just like eating the best chocolate dessert ever, all the way through.
Loved it. loved her.
I wanted more. I didn't want it to end. I loved her in the end and wanted the story to keep going.
real, unexpected, go od story
took me in an entirely different direction than I expected. couldn't put it down in some spots..
Jill's account of her stroke, from the perspective of a brain scientist, was one thing, but her new perspective on life and how our brains actually work and how we could have a say in changing that and not being victim to it, was the best lesson for me personally. I love Jill's voice, have seen her on t.v. and could just picture her reading this the whole time with her neat personality. Loved it. Keep listening to sections over and over to help me through my everyday challenges..
The way she lives in the moment and controls her brain and the ways the left hemisphere can affect her mood or day..
Her neat personality and inflection from the heart.
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