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He has a wonderful way of telling a story and is so funny.
Mr. Keillor is the master of telling warm and exciting stories out of daily lives of people in Lake Wobegon, which seems to be the most boring town in North America.
I wish he had not used footnotes at all but included the stuff in them in the text, especially given how his story went all over the place anyway.
... I can hear his melodious voice throughout the book ... about the time I first began listening to a prairie home companion I'd started a relationship with a woman whose parents... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Zenhead
IF you have never heard of Garrison Keillor this is probably the best book to start reading the tales he has created of ficicious Lake Wobegon. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Clive J. Payne
Read thi book and find out. And who would have thought of blending three events, Lutheran pastors on a pontoon boat, a hot air balloon, and a scattering of ashes cremony could... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Betty J. Mason
boring. I have read other G. K. books which I enjoyed. This one was boring. I like the characters usually present with his stories; the main character here was the lake. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Paula DuVal
I'm sure the book is great because Keillor is such a great story teller. It is in better condition than I expected, but the print is so small it is difficult to read. Read morePublished 5 months ago by C.J.
The simple events of youth that seem so wonderful and funny today. A time in our lives when everything simple seemed so important. I love the book!Published 7 months ago by charles peek
The physical condition of the book was OK but when I opened it, it had a stale smell - not pleasant at all.Published 11 months ago by Pat
Putting this one on the "I don't get it" shelf. I've never read Keillor before, started here, and likely will not try again. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Kaitlin Kelly