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Complete with a treasure trove of Celia's genuine southern recipes, You Can't Drink All Day If You Don't Start in the Morning is sure to appeal to anyone who lives south of something.
©2009 Celia Rivenbark; (P)2009 Macmillan Audio
No, her accent isn't that bad but her comedic timing is. While quite a bit of what Ms. Rivenbark says is quite funny, she gives no pause for you to assimilate and laugh before she's on to the next bit. A better narrator would have made this much more enjoyable but as it is, it takes less than 15 minutes before total frustration sets in and it gets turned off.
The narrator was painful to listen to. Don't know when she stopped to breathe.
I have read a book by her before and thoroughly enjoyed her quirky humor. Hearing her fly through reading the story was not my cup of tea. Honestly made my head spin. Ruined the story and the humor for me.
Nope, can't listen to that voice speed racing through a story again. Painful.
Anyone with a slow, easy southern drawl would have been better. Really...anyone.
I laughed at her humor a lot. but the book was more of a humor column in a paper than a book.
It was her book, so she knew where to put emphasis. I like that.
One of the top Picks.
She has a great way of telling her story. You feel like you were there.
"Difficult to understand and not worth the effort"
I was looking forward to listening to this book but was immediately put off by the narration. Read by the author, who in the first 5 minutes was carried away several times by the cleverness or humour of her writing that I could not share, because of the shrillness and accent and speed of her delivery. By 8 minutes in I was also annoyed with the content I could fathom and turned it off. I shall not try again.
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