Longtime followers and newcomers alike will find plenty to laugh about in this audiobook from Arthur Black. Collected here are mediations and essays on a host of subjects including a paralyzed author who wrote a novel solely by blinking one eye, Sasquatch hunters, and nose jobs. With Jeffrey Kafer’s polished performance listeners will find themselves letting one story play right after another. The confidence and warmth in Kafer’s performance might trick some into thinking they are catching up with an old friend down at the barbershop.
The 10th book by award-winning writer Arthur Black is guaranteed to make you laugh. The beloved radio personality and newspaper columnist tackles a range of subjects from Sasquatch hunters to nose jobs to the legalization of pot. In his trademark style, Black introduces listeners to a colorful cast of characters, including a rock-and-roll critic en route to her 60th high school reunion, a paralyzed author who wrote an entire novel by moving his left eye to indicate letters of the alphabet, and a Canadian senator who delivered a speech lasting 44 hours.