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Facing the Music and Living to Talk About It | [Nick Carter]

Facing the Music and Living to Talk About It

This audiobook is Nick Carter's autobiography and self-help hybrid, in which he chronicles his struggles with a dysfunctional family and the unimaginable rigors of becoming an internationally successful pop-star at the age of 12. From his battle with addiction to serious health complications and the pain of his younger sister's tragic death, Nick leaves nothing to the imagination and offers true and heartfelt advice to help listeners overcome obstacles in their own lives.Read more
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This audiobook is Nick Carter's autobiography and self-help hybrid, in which he chronicles his struggles with a dysfunctional family and the unimaginable rigors of becoming an internationally successful pop-star at the age of 12. From his battle with addiction to serious health complications and the pain of his younger sister's tragic death, Nick leaves nothing to the imagination and offers true and heartfelt advice to help listeners overcome obstacles in their own lives.

©2013 Bird Street Books, Inc. (P)2013 Bird Street Books, Inc.

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    Steffi H. Los Angeles, Ca 12-19-13
    Steffi H. Los Angeles, Ca 12-19-13 Member Since 2012
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    "Nick Carter should have narrated this"
    Would you try another book from Nick Carter and/or Ted Evans?

    Definitely another book from Nick Carter, but I was not happy that he did not narrate this book himself!


    Any additional comments?

    This book is a mix of self-help book and biography.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
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    Lindsay Austin, TX, United States 09-30-13
    Lindsay Austin, TX, United States 09-30-13 Member Since 2010
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    This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

    This was a self-help book and FAR LESS about his history and life. I was NOT AT ALL looking for advice from NC on life and found the book terribly annoying.

    And NC does NOT even read it...I just hated all of it.


    Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Ted Evans?

    He was fine but I was expecting NC. SHould have read more closely.


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    Thomas J. Carey Richmond, VA 09-19-13
    Thomas J. Carey Richmond, VA 09-19-13 Member Since 2011
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    "The narrator nails it."
    Would you listen to Facing the Music and Living to Talk About It again? Why?

    I'm not that much of a Nick Carter fan but a friend recommended this book to me and I got it, and boy am I glad that I did. Not since hearing Jack Welch: Straight from the Gut narrated by Mike Barnicle have I heard such a good interpretation of the author's own voice and intent. As I really felt Mike Barnicle perfectly channelling Welch, so does Ted Evans channel Nick Carter through his voice. I can't wait to hear Evans' next book - hopefully it's for a more substantive story.


    Would you ever listen to anything by Nick Carter again?

    Carter lost me at "Chapter 3: Til Death Do We Party."


    Have you listened to any of Ted Evans’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

    This is the first I've heard of Ted Evans's audiobooks but I'm looking forward to hearing more.


    What insight do you think you’ll apply from Facing the Music and Living to Talk About It?

    I think of all of the biographies I've read or listened to, this one made me feel the most secure with not being a celebrity.


    Any additional comments?

    Get this on audiobook, not on paperback - it's a great listen.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
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