But here's the problem: it's a screen. You can't describe a whole 3-hour long program on this screen - look how little space there is. I will tell you this, though: Couplehood is about all the stuff that's good and bad about being part of a couple. It's pretty funny. My wife laughed. You'll understand it because I wrote it specifically for you. (And I'm not just saying that.) The price is reasonable, especially if you compare it to what it would cost you to take time off from work and produce your own audiobook. Worse comes to worst, after you've listened you can say, "Well, it was kind of tedious, but I certainly enjoyed that copy on the screen." There does that help?
©1994 Paul Reiser; (P)1995 Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio Publishing, Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio Publishing, A Division of Random House Inc.
One of the funniest things I've listened to, maybe because I can relate to so much of it. Only drawback was the file sounded like Paul was in a tin can at the bottom of a well in the middle of a mountain at the bottom of the sea. Did I mention the sound quality was bad?
I read this book years ago when it first came out in print. I remember reading it cover to cover in a single day because I enjoyed it so much. So, I thought it would be fun to read it again on my iPod. After the first hour I turned it off and couldn't remember what I ever liked about it at all. As much as I like Paul Riser, I don't really care for the way he reads the book, and it doesn't help that the audio quality is so bad. I mean so bad that I'm still not convinced it was actually Paul Riser reading the book. You really can't tell for sure! In my opiniion, don't waste your time on this one. Sorry Paul.
I'm not sure why this is entitled Couplehood as there is very little about couples in it. He will start a chapter with a brief scenario of a couple then go off on a tangent of mediocre comedy. Not what I was expecting at all.
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