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I was fortunate enough to receive a copy of this audiobook in return for an honest review. I think I got the best end of the deal! Yes, I'm a boomer myself and so I certainly identified with Marsha in many ways. I've read many biographies and autobiographies of famous folks in my time, and of course, they're impressive.
What I appreciated about this story was that in many ways I felt I could BE Marsha, and so what she did and how she accomplished what she did impressed me all the more!
First of all, listening to this book is so much fun. It's narrated by a dear friend of hers who was on this journey with Marsha. Her enthusiasm and zest for grabbing hold of opportunity even when a crazy amount of faith is required comes shining through in her voice in a way that I don't think my inner reader voice would have done.
I found myself laughing out loud, saying "Oh, yes, I've been there", and looking forward to every minute I could spare to listen to this book, for both the fun and the more challenging times of Marsha's life.
I would recommend this book to anyone who has ever had to step out in faith and do difficult things; to those who value good friends and family; to those who are inspired by ordinary people doing extraordinary things; to those who have ever enjoyed a show at a military base anywhere in the world; to everyone, really!
There really is a tomato plant and a parable, too!
What made the experience of listening to Confessions of an Instinctively Mutinous Baby Boomer the most enjoyable?
This is a charming book which is even more touching when you hear the story. I loved it!
What was one of the most memorable moments of Confessions of an Instinctively Mutinous Baby Boomer?
For me, the story of the author's dog, Smokey, who trusted her as she led him through a storm. This complete faith and devotion parallels the author's journey and trust through the storms experienced during her own lifetime.
What does Della Cole bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
Giving the book a voice gives it an extra texture. Her narrative involves you in the story. You feel as if you are involved in a conversation, not listening to a story.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
“The fact is, I was born an incurable dreamer, which is in and of itself fundamentally rebellious. No status quo for me. Waiting just around the next corner was something better, I was certain of it.” I was immersed in the story from this point at the beginning of the book.