The syndicated sex-advice columnist of "Savage Love" tells a no-holds-barred story of an ordinary American couple who want to have a baby, except that in this case, the couple happens to be Savage and his boyfriend.
©2000 Dan Savage (P)2013 Penguin Audio
I am not a father nor am i planning to be one in the near future but i loved it so much!The story is interesting and funny, i also found it a little moving and i'm not very sentimental. So this audio book is great for everyone.
I loved Dan's storytelling, his unique honesty and humor, I found myself very invested in the people in the story and actually searched for a sequel to know what happened after the events of the book ended.
Yes.I am on the road a lot so i listened to the audio book on my way to work and back, all in one week.
Listened to this book after i finished Dan's "American Savage", Also great!
The humor. Good to know someone who shares my sense of humor.
I didn't always agree with Mr. Savage but his story held my interest and in spite of my opinion on gay adoption I found myself rooting for this couple and their quest to get a 'kid'.
Wonderful speaker. It was like sitting across from a friend. The intonations and irony were priceless.
That honesty and sincerity outrank sexual orientation.
I was curious as to what Dan and Terry looked like because Dan's own descriptions are less than flattering. But they're two very handsome men who met all my expectations! You can't come away from this story without liking each of them personally.
I'm sure Dan got permission from DJ's birth mom to share her story in do much detail but it still made me uncomfortable.
Book was engaging and entertaining as always.
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