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Anything Garrison Keillor says or writes is entertaining---even the sound of his voice on his radio shows. Who would have guessed the problem he discusses in this book?Published 6 months ago by Mary
I am a learner of English but I did not look up so many words in this book as in ones I really like. It's not a really good book. However, I could not leave it half read. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Chapeau_pointu
wonderful portrayal in inner development - beautifully romanticPublished 18 months ago by Mary Eve Baskerville
This book by Keillor is one that you can read very quickly. The plot is simple and light, amusing at times (as Mr. Keillor is known for his light, humorous touch). Read morePublished on December 17, 2013 by J. Robert Ewbank
I am a big fan of Garrison Keillor and really wanted to love his novel Love Me, but it was plagued with problems and a difficult book to enjoy. Read morePublished on February 15, 2013 by Karen Lea Hansen
I have no idea how to rate this product because the vendor,through Amazon, never sent it to me. They claim they sent it over a month ago, March 21, 2011, but it was lost in the... Read morePublished on April 29, 2011 by reader
I expected a nice Wobegon-type read, but adapted when I realized it wasn't. But as much as I tried, I couldn't learn to like the book. Read morePublished on August 11, 2010 by Ricardo X
Garrison has a way of seeing life as it is and still giving it a humorous slant. I love his writings and I loved this book.Published on September 19, 2007 by RevDrBill
For those looking for PHC check out a different book or tune into NPR.
This is a quirky little tale that has a fair number on tangents in it. Read more