Origional and AWESOME! I've like all CM's books and this one is worth your time.
This book is FUNNY. I loved it. Jim talks about his family and his feeling about food and it couldn't be better.
Not bad, needed a better narrator. Original story and clever characters. This is one of my favorite authors. Check out Emperor Mullusk and Monster by the same guy.
I loved the first book: The Rosie Project. I just liked this one. Heavy subject needed to be lightened up a little.
Good information delivered in a interesting and understandable way. Good listen for anyone interested in handling any situation.
Easy to listen to, great facts. One of the best in it's genre. Might not want to listen to while eating...just as suggestion. :)
Move along folks, there's nothing new to see here. Same old same old and boring. The only thing new here is the amount of sex the main character has. I couldn't finish it.
I like John Scalzi's work so just calm down. This book was okay, original idea, but the story didn't wow me. Wheaton did a good job as usual and it kept me interested all the way through. Good. Just not as good as his other books.
Interesting concept. I liked it enough to finish listening to it and ended in a place that suggests a sequel. Nothing terribly new or exciting for the fantasy reader. Might be a fun story for the fans of "Ann of Green Gables" or "Sara, Plain and Tall"
I liked it. Kept me listening. First person narrative from an elite hit man. The author stretches believability in more than a few places and probably could have wrapped it up sooner, but all and all I think it’s worth a listen.
Wildly raunchy and unbelievable tales of a globetrotting life working on an oil drill rig made believable by the master story telling skills of Paul Carter. I loved every minute of it.
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