Unceremoniously dumped by his fiancée, Mitch moves to London for what is to be an 18-month wild ride with bad decisions and extreme characters. While he's under siege by obnoxious bosses and maneuvering a barrage of advances from men and women of all ages, Mitch's intimate confessions and musings are simultaneously delightful and embarrassing. He may lack principles and have a complete disregard for consequences, and he's not easy to like - but he's entirely entertaining.
©2015 Mitch Vandell (P)2015 Mitch Vandell
Gives it in the top 10 list.
Have to admit, all scenes, once started reading it, the book will sure magically attach to your hands, you just won't give up reading it not until you take a very fast time to finish it all at a single breathe.
"Strongly recommended to listener to let the very talented writing of the great author, Mitch Vandell take you on his very positive approach towards life journey that is full of honesty reflection, life adventures richness and mirror of wisdom to reflect on how one should take on life positively and adventurously, a step backward is two steps forward and there are just unexpected rewards in every twists of corner, life winner is for those who is brave and adventurous, young is just life true asset, very lively real life story told, once started, it's just like a piece of magical magnet to cause you losing yourself in Mitch's beautiful and adventurous world of writing!"
"Unexpected and honest."
Wanton times is something very different. It has the honesty of something like the inbetweeners in telling Mitch's experiences in his twenties in London but with a story that is at times both charming and suprising. Overall very listenable.
The honesty and at times vulnerability of the way the story is told.
Jeffrey Jared complements the funny scripts with his accents and tales of the events.
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