Chef Eddie Huang's rapid pace and East Coast Chinese-American persona make for a roller-coaster ride well worth hearing. This story about family, romance, and intersecting cultures is like listening to a thought-provoking comedy show. This is not just an audiobook. It's a storytelling masterpiece in... more »
Starting off in a clipped monotone, Hope Jahren's memoir of her childhood on a rather cold, hushed Minnesota homestead does not immediately engage listeners. However, her reporting on her youthful adventures in her father's local college lab foreshadows some coming delights. Not until her own passio... more »
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