Former rock musician and recovered alcoholic Mishka Shubaly doesn't seem like the type guy who'd audition for a reality dating show, but after enduring a painful breakup, that's exactly what he does in his sardonic, heartbreaking, and refreshingly honest Bachelor Number One.
Shubaly's wry, candid performance of his own semi-autobiographical work brilliantly captures his vulnerability and ambivalence, and his spot-on comedic timing pokes equal fun at the reality TV auditioning process as well as his own narcissism.
©2012 Mishka Shubaly (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
It was fine to entertain as I did housecleaning
Being it was short, it was as if I were sitting chatting with friend about his experience.
Nothing. I'm not a "Change the story" kind of person. If I wanted to do that, I'd write my own story. :)
Nothing. It was fine. The only reason it has a 3 rating is because it was just a fun little chat with not a bunch of substance. Not a bad thing, it's just that I knew what I was getting when I bought it.
Anything else he was willing to tell. Again, it was his story to tell, not mine to change.
If you want to have a fun chat with a guy friend and you don't have one handy, this book will suffice as a good fill in.
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