"Sam, This Is You" is a humorous look at Sam, a telephone lineman and inventor. Sam's invented a device to talk to himself back in time. Unfortunately, Sam's main interest is courting Rosie, and his love life is being sabotaged by his worst enemy - his future self.
"The Other Now" is a poignant love story. When Jimmy Patterson loses his beloved wife, Jane, in a car accident, he believes he begins to get messages from her. Can their love be enough to reunite them?
Would you consider the audio edition of 'Sam, This Is You' and 'The Other Now' to be better than the print version?
What was one of the most memorable moments of 'Sam, This Is You' and 'The Other Now'?
The most memorable moment was being able to listen to them. What.... I should give away the highlight of the stories??
Have you listened to any of Mac Kelly’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
Who's Mac Kelly?
Any additional comments?
I don't think I'll be doing any more reviews. I don't like this question and answer method, and the questions are poor choices. Why not let me simply write what I think?