I honestly don't know why this book came so highly recommended? David Sedaris is an insufferable pain in the ass that complains about everything and tries to be funny about it like that will make it better.
Absolutely brilliant! The narrator did an amazing job here, and it just reaffirmed my love for audiobooks! The writing was so descriptive and immersive, and the narrator had the perfect tone and speed at all times! This was one of the times I watched the movie before reading the book, and I always loved the movie, but now I can really understand more about what the directors were trying to convey.
Rating: 2 Stars Date Started: 18 April 2017 Date Finished: 30 April 2017 Pages: 320 Genre: Fantasy I really didn't enjoy this book. I'm not sure if it was due to the narrator, or just because it's one of those books that just wasn't for me, but the whole time I listened to it I kinda… Continue reading Book Review: All the Birds in the Sky
“Nolite te bastardes carborundorum. Don't let the bastards grind you down.”
I'm a big King fan, but I'm not blind to his faults. Hey, everyone has them, so who am I to judge right? I know he's a great writer and most of the time I absolutely adore his work, but honestly this isn't the first time I didn't love something he did.
Let me just state, first and foremost, I really loved this book. I haven’t read that much of Joe Hill’s stuff, but I obviously know who he’s related to, and I’m a super-fan of King. Which is also why it was pretty difficult to ignore the similarities between this dystopian novel, and The Stand. They’re completely different, yet a lot alike.
★★★★★ Let me just state, first and foremost, I really loved this book. I haven't read that much of Joe Hill's stuff, but I obviously know who he's related to, and I'm a super-fan of King. Which is also why it was pretty difficult to ignore the similarities between this dystopian novel, and The Stand.… Continue reading Book Review: The Fireman