He's so funny!!! I had no idea. He doesn't take himself too seriously, but he knows what's important. He owned up to his mistakes and the lessons learned it life. It was refreshing.
Too many to list. It was a little slow at the beginning but once it got going it was one great story after another. I think the "feuds" with Elton John were hysterical.
character, funny, charming
My big little 'ol life
Simon Vance did a great job, but I would have loved to hear Rod read it.
I haven't read the print version; but I've listened to both of Rob's books and they are a delight.
I listed to his first book as well. Both are wonderful. He's funny, bright and insightful. I hope he does more.
Laughed many times. Great stories.
You'll be missing out if you don't give his books a listen.
Definitely. It touches on a more human side of JFK, Jr. that some may have forgotten while remembering the icon.
The visit to Barbara Streisand's house.
Presenting George Washington's sword like it's no big deal.
He knew everybody but he was just John.
You also get some insight on his wife. The press had her all wrong. Not an ice queen. Mistakes were made, but they all worked hard on George. John wasn't perfect but this book told me he was everything I thought he'd be; and the good outweighed the bad tenfold.
Yes I would. Very enjoyable.
When Paul came to a certain age and was able to correlate things in his life with past family experiences and learn from them.
No I have not; but I would listen to others.
A few moments having to do with his children. He sounds like a wonderful father.
OH Gene, Gene, Gene. What a web we weave....
No, it was good but once was enough. I want to listen to the others in the series.
Eva - A woman who had been babied all of her life who found her voice and strength.
His range with the different characters.
Cry a little at the end.
It would be interesting to know which came first - this or 50 Shades. VERY similar on a lot of levels. But still an enjoyable listen. Just be careful listening at work *wink.
I really don't know. Mr. Schilling's family?
It dragged on. Very dramatic over very minor details. The narrator took away from the story.
I would rather Mr. Schilling had read it himself. Would sound more legit.
None it's a biography
Might be better to actually read this one. Listening is painful
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