It's hard to rank them because they all have been different, but I have loved them all. I have recommended this book to my friends love the entertainment industry.
He seems to be quite honest about the good and bad in the people he has met, and most importantly is very honest about his own shortcomings and failures.
My most memorable scenes were the ones with Jackie Kennedy, especially the ones where he immediately regretted his actions, and she as always was a lady.
I smiled through most of the book, really enjoyed his memories, observations & opinions.
I only listened to the audio version, so I can't say, but Colin Firth's reading certainly made the story come to life. You could hear the main character's torment in his voice.
When Maurice realizes why Sarah actually left him.
No, but will definitely look for more!
When the gods wish to punish us they answer our prayers
I love historical novels and loved this snapshot of life in WWII London.
Yes, even when I switched back and forth between listening and reading, I heard Claire Danes voice.
Hunger Games, another story of the future and of survival with a strong female lead.
Yes! Usually just listen while exercising, but purchased the Kindle version so I could finish faster.
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