Yes, Kevin Smith narratoring his own stuff is hysterical. I'm sure he would be funny in my head but no where near as funny.
The stories, Kevin is blunt and honest about being in Hollywood and trying to make it. He makes no bones about his mistakes or his successes and gives credit where credit is due.
The story about Bruce Willis is laugh out loud, fall down funny. I will never look at Willis the same again.
I highly recommend this for anyone who enjoys Kevin Smith or if you like anything Hollywood related.
This is one of my favourite audiobooks due to the engrossing story and the excellent narrator. Why audible didn't just keep her for the entire series is beyond me.
Natalie Moore gives an excellent performance. Her interpretation of the characters, especially Simon, drew me even further into the story and want to re-listen to the book. Which I think is the greatest compliment I can give to both her and the author.
When Jace and Cleary have the confrontation in his bedroom about their feelings is well written, angsty and makes me want to listen to it over and over again.
I really enjoyed the narrator and the main characters. Jill Shalvis continues to write characters which are realistic and likable.
She distinguished nicely between the characters and I never doubted who was speaking or thinking.
Yes and I pretty much did. It was hard to put down.
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