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This compilation audiobook includes material from Tom Bodett's previous books As Far As You Can Go Without a Passport and Small Comforts.You'll hear's many of his most beloved stories. With a gentle wit and a warm-hearted spirit, he shares his humorous perspectives - with an occasional glimpse into a darker side - on the way we live.
©2009 Tom Bodett; (P)2009 Random House

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  • Monica
  • Eaton Rapids, MI, United States
  • 07-01-11

Homespun Humor and Wisdom

His stories are the stories of THE PEOPLE, you know - US; most of us. The common man exploring the common world of work, family, loyalties, love, cooking, and a most unexpected story about the failure to continue a connection with those in need. Tom Bodett has a wonderful story telling voice. He opens his life and his mind and connects with those every day moments we all share, and some extraordinary ones as well. I have listened to his stories many times, and will continue to do so whenever I need to re-center myself with the knowledge that "we are all just spiritual beings having a human experience". I highly recommend this audible offering.

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A great collection of stories

Tom Bodett is the best story teller of our time. The collection was not a repeat of his "End of the Road stories."