Monday, December 3, 2018

How Hard Can It Be?


If you are a woman approaching any milestone in age, HOW HARD CAN IT BE? is a “must listen to” audio (or read).

Having said that, if you are a woman or man - no matter your age – this audio will provide hours of entertainment. Granted, women will probably appreciate the humor more than men.

Poppy Miller does a delightful job of bringing the various characters to life. Her mannerisms and dialect enhance the story. Miller hits the target with her timing and tones as the narrator of this story.

This is a hilarious story that will have you crying from laughter one minute and from heart wrenching events the next. It explores the highs and lows of life with zany outlooks. The author amusingly tackles raising kids, menopause, trying to recall events and names you know you should know but can’t, and getting bogged down with maintaining status quo in life.

After listening to this quirky tale, if you don’t relate to at least one or two moments, I’ll be amazed.

The author takes you on a journey of family life, loving, living and accepting one’s self. This is truly a captivating story that will amuse and inspire.

How Hard Can It Be? by Allison Pearson, Narrated by Poppy Miller, Macmillan Audio, @2018, ISBN: 978-1427293077, Unabridged, 11 Discs, Run Time: 11.5 Hours

FTC Full Disclosure – A copy of this audio book was sent to me by the publisher in hopes I would review it. However, receiving the complimentary copy did not influence my review. The thoughts are completely my own and given honestly and freely.

Thanks for stopping by today. Do you find audio books helpful when you’re busy running errands or doing yard work and want to be reading instead?

5 comments:

  1. I haven't yet tried audio books. I need to concentrate on the matter at hand.
    This book sounds as if it is right up my broad alley though.

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  2. LOL - I've already hit most of those issues.

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  3. This sounds as though it resonates with the reader, Mason. We all have those times in life... And I do like it when an author can address difficult issues with some wit. Glad you enjoyed this.

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