Austin native Sarah Bird is a journalist and screenwriter who has authored several novels showcasing humor and insight into human relationships.
©1986 Sarah Bird; (P)2006 Recorded Books
"An amusing romp." (Library Journal)
"Sophisticated wit....Endearingly eccentric characters." (Kirkus Reviews)
I didn't know what to expect when I bought this book. I was hoping for a light, funny listen for my commute and I got it. This brought back memories of college and one of my best friend's lone year of living in a co-op. Hilarious!
Love a good story and will read just about anything except Sci-Fi, Supernatural/Zombie/Vampire novels. Not snobby--don't enjoy them.
I read anything and everything and there has never been a book so horrible I couldn't finish it. Until now. I couldn't do it. This book is horrible. The story is inane and makes little sense. The plot drags--the author seems to think that introducing new characters every chapter is plot development. The stock characters are so badly developed that you don't really care what happens to any of them. Save your money and listen to something--ANYTHING--else.
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