I truly enjoyed this book. Eva Brown Waite made me feel as if I were part of her world - I laughed at some of her stories and got teary-eyed at others. She did a great job of describing life in remote areas of the world - and how people are people no matter where you go.
This is a special audiobook because the voices are the actual voices of the interviewers and interviewees. I loved hearing grandchildren interview their grandparents, etc.
All of the stories were very interesting - true-life stories can't be beat.
The most memorable story was the Korean woman who trained her husband to demonstrate his love for her.
I would love to see additional stories published!
This was the worst book I've ever read. I kept plodding through it, hoping that it would redeem itself. But it never did. The story was uninteresting and not at all humorous, although I do believe that it was supposed to be.
Also just a comment for Audible - this is introduced as "audible kids" and this is not a childrens' book! It threw me off at first.
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