Although I thoroughly enjoyed a 'Serving of Love' – some of Andrew Grey's other writings (the 'love means...' Series) a bit more. Overall, a good read!
This was my first time listening to this narrator. It took me a while to warm up to him… But once I did, I found that I enjoyed the story more & more.
I loved that Andrew Grey wrote a current story - which allowed me to relate to the characters well. He's a good author & I look forward to reading more selections by him.
YES! I believe this narrator does an EXCELLENT job of bringing to life the story with great voice inflection and emotion!
When Cliff realizes that he is surrounded by love - rejecting all that is negative and hateful, even if it comes from his own family.
Again - emotion, life & vibrancy to the characters! I loved the way that Sawyer Allerde describes the setting, town & farm... Makes me feel as if I could see this 80's Western story unfold in front of me.
... The end! I'm not giving anything away!
Great Author! Can't wait to read more Andrew Grey books!
Yes! Danny Meyer's voice allows you to hear the words delivered with power and finesse!
His deeply personal stories that allow the reader to connect with him as the author & narrator! With his descriptions and candor he makes you want to not only be a better employee... but to have your good employees be great & that the reader can follow his same principles to create those great employees in ALL points of the biz world!
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His realization that it was time to let go of Eleven Madison Park... a restaurant that he loved dearly after all of the time it took to get it off the ground. Although he was selling it to (essentially) the exec chef, he knew he had to do it & that he could continue to build & create amazing restaurants in the future!
Amazing book & great read!
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