If it was the story of Eugene and not the ad lib from the other narrators.
Maybe. I just didn't like the end.
I was expecting a story about Eugene and his experiences, not all the added after the fact.
I loved hearing about Eugene and his wife.
Could have been a little more about Eugene and his experiences rather than about how we now have a black president and look where we are now. Not that I'm against the "look where we are now", it's just that I wanted to hear about events that took place during his time working in the White House. Maybe because I saw the advertisement for the movie, my expectations of the book were higher. It was this advertisement that got me interested in the book.
Less sex, to be point blank, would have made this book better. I absolutely loved the fourth book and was excited to find out what was going to happen in the next book. It was good, don't get me wrong but the emphasis seemed to be on the sex and not what the story seemed to be about from the start.
The most interesting aspect of the story was Jericho Barrons and finding out who / what he was. You were just hoping for the ending to be a happy one, for him. Again, the least interesting aspect was all the sex. Too much; a little goes a long way.
Way too much sex, the other books were better.
Finding out about the characters and who they were and what they were about, was great. I did enjoy the story.
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