Within the depths of her eccentric, struggling-writer mind, within her every novel, lies what she believes to be the perfect man. The perfect hero. His name...Bob.
Emily Stevenson dreams, creates, inspires, and writes all for the one character she truly feels no man alive could compare. No man alive, that is. All that changes when Emily's fictional world comically collides with reality. Not only does she meet the man who looks, talks, and acts like her "Bob", but she falls in love with him. He is her living, breathing, hero.
There's only one problem: Bob isn't living nor breathing at all. Bob is a ghost that only Emily and her eight-year-old daughter can see.
Would you listen to Bob again? Why?
Laughed out loud! Had my son wondering what was so funny. This is a very funny and enjoyable book. It's my first from this author, bought it on impulse and I know I'll listen to it over and over again.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Bob?
When Bob realizes he can be seen by Emily and Stephanie
What does Dan Bernard bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
The life he brings to each of the characters is amazing. He gives every one of them a distinct personality and such feeling that would not come from just reading the book.
Who was the most memorable character of Bob and why?
I would have a hard time picking between Emily, Bob and Stephanie. They were so much fun to follow.
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