I would give another one of her books a try in the future. She's very interesting.
At the beginning of the book, Roseanne speaks of her childhood. It is a really good listen, because she rarely delves into that subject on television or otherwise. Also, the forward, which is read by her first husband, (Bill?) Pentland really gets into her life right before she got famous.
Everyone associates Roseanne with that loud, screeching voice. However, she's very toned down here and easy to listen to.
I would listen to another book, but do I think she needs to? No. I think she's said what she needs to say.
I expected more from Mr. Schwarzenegger. It just wasn't interesting.
His childhood was interesting but went on and on.
It was difficult to understand.
I would have shortened the beginning.
If you purchase only one audio book, let it be this one. The characters ate brought to life in such a way that you can smell the fried chicken, see the steam coming up from the hot blacktop streets, and feel the hopeless fear in the voices.
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