Reviews by Beth Manuel
While I appreciated the narrative the writer brought to the pages, it was a little disjointed at times. It was hard to tell what was true because she'd contradict herself purposefully. Still, a scary recount of how abusive relationships can blossom into something horrible.
I loved the photography, the characters and the views of Budapest. The story was peculiar as most Wes Anderson films are. I should watch it again because I was sleepy and missed a few parts.
This is a great CD for background music or to get you in the 60's mood. I must say, I'm amazed.
I remember seeing this on HBO and cracking up. I happened upon it not too long ago while channel surfing and I remember just stopping to watch even though I'd seen the schtick before, because Robin Williams was SO funny to watch. It breaks my heart that he's gone, but footage like this reminds of us why he was such a treasure.
The title of this book is what grabbed my attention. It was a funny read, and a good book for young adults learning the ropes of adulthood or for seasoned adults like myself who may need a reminder about how to be "a clean person". It would make a great gift for someone starting out on their own.