A good read, not quite as amazingly laugh-out-loud funny as described but narrated with feeling and passion.
Well worth a try.
Just one gripe: the word is normality, not normalcy.
Normalcy is a made up word that has slipped into existence aided by people too lazy to open a dictionary.
I liked Sophia, I was offended by the ghost of Mark Twain (and the one about the inflatable woman). Mostly average, but good performances.
I wasn't sure what to expect from this book but it ended up being really engaging and funny. The performances draw you in and the stories are light hearted and funny while also keeping your attention.
Loved it. X x x x x x x x x x x
Ace terrific super magic crabs monkey duffle
I did enjoy this book a lot the first time I heard it; the stories are short and funny and the cast of voices work well to keep things fresh and moving.
Listening again however I began to realize a lot of the stories are funny more in concept than in content. Once you've got the humour/silly-ness of the idea the jokes aren't really surprising enough to make you laugh and a lot of the stories don't seem to have any real resolution or pay off.
it is an enjoyable and fun listen, just less than it could have been.
Would you consider the audio edition of One More Thing to be better than the print version?
It's a collection of funny interesting stories, casually put together, that will keep you entertained.
What was one of the most memorable moments of One More Thing?
The tortoise & the Hare
What about the narrators’s performance did you like?
BJ Novak was great, relaxed and cool. 10/10
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Any additional comments?
I hope BJNovak adds another book in this style to his portfolio