Thirty-seven-year-old freelance writer Avery Jankowsky is devastated when his girlfriend, Deirdre, confesses that she has been having an affair. Beside himself with jealousy and grief, Avery accepts his uncle Ezra's advice - and his tickets to an all-expenses-paid international sex tour. Sensing a white-hot book idea (and a chance to get back at faithless Deirdre), Avery joins a group of mostly wealthy and accomplished travelers on a mad Nordic whirl, descending ever deeper into a world that is equal parts hilarity and nightmare.
From two-time National Book Award-finalist Scott Spencer comes a startling tour de force that explores the limits of male restraint, the intoxications of privilege, and the maddening dangers of freedom.
What did you like best about Willing? What did you like least?
It was an easy listen got through it really quick
What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)
The Ending is one of those ending you kind of already know what's gonna happen at the end.
What three words best describe Victor Bevine’s voice?
middle of the road
Was Willing worth the listening time?
Maybe if I was on a long road trip and already listen to a really long audiobook.
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