Mishka Shubaly might have found musical expression with his band Freskills, but he found his literary voice with his best-selling, autobiographical Kindle Singles. These mesmerizing episodes chronicle Shubaly's many years of recklessness and substance abuse that preceded his sobriety. Because Shubaly performs his stories himself in his worldly, weather-worn voice, the listener feels an added intimacy with the writer, who wears his heart on one sleeve and humor and humility on the other. Are You Lonesome Tonight? examines the fine line between addiction and love. This true story of infatuation gone bonkers belongs in the annals of audio's most gripping modern romances.
Two-time best-selling Kindle Singles author Mishka Shubaly is back with a dark, intimate, fascinating story of love, hope, and human connection... gone horribly, horribly awry.
©2012 Mishka Shubaly (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
The first minute I started listening the coarse language turned me off and so I turned the book off. I found something of a higher standard to listen to!
This book is not worth the time to download. Even if it is offered for free!
It's not very long, so its not like you'll wast days. It's very self indulgent, it starts out sounding smart but towards the end I felt like I'm listening to a chick moan about her crazy X for hours at end. If what this guys wrote is true, it's an amazing story to listen to over drinks; not really good enough to write a book about. But it's a good story; he tells it well and it is short so it's fine.
Wasn't profound, although I think that's what he was going for. It's fine. He went on a bit.
He tells it well, he really gives life to the moments where he talks about loneliness and the angry bits really come alive. Done well.
Yes I would say so. It's short so it's not days out of your life, otherwise I would say no.
It's not profound, don't be fooled. It's entertaining, the narrator delivers it well, but it's a good bar story.
I didn't like his voice it hurt my ears. His performance was ruined by his voice.
Every book is worth considering. It's the kind of consideration on what to do with the book that differs.
The best answer to all those unrealistic romances you've read: Messed up in all the right ways.
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