Things I Overheard While Talking to Myself
Publish date: September 4th 2007
Publisher: Random House, Inc.
Pages no: 224
Edition language: English
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I should have a shelf called "I knew better". This audiobook would go right in the center, if I had.Alda's passionate, articulate, engaging but somehow I still found this book both fatuous and smarmy. I don't think it's intentional, of course. I found it desperately annoying. Maybe it's my own bias ...
I listened to the audio version of this, which Alda reads, but I'm pretty sure that even if I'd read it, I would've heard his voice reading this in my head. This was funny and thoughtfully political without being preachy. This was a quick and enjoyable listen, and it made me wish that Alan Alda ha...
I've very much enjoyed Alan Alda as a actor. Not so much as a writer. There's nothing bad about his writing in the technical sense, but his stories are mostly pretty dry. I guess I expected something more dynamic, based on his screen persona. One great quote from the book: "Name recognition is s...
dog-walking mp3 book. I listened to Alda's Never Have Your Dog Stuffed last month, so here his life's story is filled out with political and philosophical stances
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