Rigby, ID, United States
I like to listen to the books while I am commuting to work. This is a good story to use your imagination with. A great companion to keep a person company.
After hearing an autobiography. This changed my head around in another direction. Interesting. I just had to listen to the next book.
Really a great book to listen to on a long trip. I enjoyed all of the Dan Brown books. Especially Robert.
Great example of a history of the civil was. A classic. History students would learn a lot. Scarlett had a go and guts attitude.
Just great reader. Great voices.
One full drama
I almost ran off the highway laughing at Carol. The book is right about feeling that Carol is a friend. I watched every episode of the first airing of the show and if I need a laugh, I watch the reruns. I cried, laughed and all the human emotions at once. VERY GOOD!
Her conversation with Marlon Brando. I have been in the same situation. Thank God for cordless phones!
The death of Harvey Corman.
You just have to read this one!!! I am looking forward to her next one!
I found this very interesting, of course, I enjoy a good historical bio. I could really see the writing on the wall and felt like I was there, a fly on the wall so to speak. I couldn't stop listening!
The way I could imagine being there.
Her little royal queen
The death of her children.
I don't think so.
No, don't think so.
I was raised in the "funeral profession". I was looking for something that was relative to my experiences, but on a lighter note. Just too much information to be enjoyable. To a person that does not understand the talk, I think it would just gross them out.
Merle had a life to his own. He allows his human friend along for the life. I can just see and hear his singing, and skiing with his friend. I live in Idaho and know all of the places they were together. Great fun, and sadness!!! Why does the animal always have to die???
Merle skiing down the mountain and Teton pass with his human friend.
imagination and mental pictures so clear.
Laugh and cry!!!
I would love to meet Ted, the gentleman that was brave enough to tell such a personal story.
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