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A Commuter's Must-Read!,
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This review is from: Cautionary Tales (Kindle Single) (Kindle Edition)
So what could possibly make a mild mannered rail commuter shriek-gasp, drop her purse to free a hand to cover her mouth while keeping her Kindle securely in hand so as not to miss a printed word, and snort laugh real tears while picking up a new take on Mazlow's hierarchy as can only be presented by Stephen Tobolowsky - as concerned fellow travelers look at her, well, with concern? Cautionary Tales.
You'll never be able to look at a horse again without laughing; yet Cautionary Tales is not a horse story.
We've all experienced awkward moments in life, but Tobolowsky just has this way of describing his and the lessons learned that's totally incomparable and impossible to leave until you've read it through. The good news is that it can be digested on one leg of a commute (depending on how long the commute). That's also the bad news, as true to his show biz roots, Stephen Tobolowsky leaves me wanting more!
I'll buy 'em as frequently and for so long as he can crank them out, and based on what I've heard in The Tobolowsky files podcasts (awesome, BTW), he can do that for a very long time.