This book could have been more useful for my own circumstance if it hadn't been so marriage/children-centered. Another turnoff was that the author spent a vast part of the book's beginning telling her personal, very specific story. I felt a bit cheated, as I felt forced to listen to someone's problems. (Sorry that sounds so crude...) The most useful book I've found on Audible on this topic thus far is: "It's Called a Breakup Because It's Broken." It was hilarious at times and brutally honest, both of which made me feel so much better, so very quickly. I'd recommend that one any day.
This book is hilarious and brutally honest, both of which made me feel so much better, so very quickly. From all the ones I've tried, this is the best book on the topic Audible offers thus far.
Being a HUGE fan of David Sedaris' writing, I have gotta say that his audio book versions are horrible when not in front of an audience. His writing is witty and hilarious, but when he records his books, his tone is so sad! It's a stark contrast from his live readings on This American Life or in concert where he's so much funnier as he sounds normal than when recording his books in studio. So, unless live, Sedaris' audio book versions don't do his work justice.
An abosolute must-read. Well researched, wonderfully written. I can listen to it again and again.
Sarah Vowell for President!
WARNING: Extremely good chance this book make a vegetarian out of you.
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