This is one of top audio books that I have listened to.
I liked learning the behind the scenes of what we all knew at the time.
He kept a good speed, sometimes a little too fast but I think the tempo also contributed to the excitement; you wanted to know what happened next.
Where Leno asked if he can call Conan and was told not to but afterwards, this was used against him by Conan.
I was glad to know that Leno never orchestrated any of the events or the ensuing drama that unfolded. I hope that he and Conan now knowing how everything went down can work things out. But then again, who knows what other versions of the story is out there.
The whole storyline is fascinating to me I think because am not that creative myself it's amazing how people can think up such stories with such details.
I did not have a favorite character, they all seemed flawed one way or the other but also had endearing qualities sometimes.
The reader is great, increase the speed to 1 1/2X and it becomes amazing.
This book made me cry and I wasn't expecting it to.
My daughter read this book and recommended it to me so I was unprepared for the experience I had with the book. It was very well written and the story seemed captivating to me, very mature subject in my opinion I didn't even consider it a young teen book.
Not really, it wouldnt be the book it is if I changed things in it. I was that good with my creative imagination I would be an author myself.
The handcuff sex scene during their honeymoon and the fact that he was unhappy about the marks later on.
Irritating, dull, unexciting.
The reader of this series does the book injustice. If I hadn't read it first I never would have gotten past the first chapter of the narration. Why, oh why could the producers not have found a better narrator?
I would certainly listen again it was very well presented and the story got my hooked. I have been chasing the same feeling since finishing the book and I am yet to find something that comes close.
Everything. Or mostly everything anyway.
This was like being in the theatre; the readers just drew me in. The inflections and the southern drawl that I cannot immitate in my head certainly brought the story to life.
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