Review

ENTER TITLE HERE by Rahul Kanakia, New York Times Review

EnterTitleHere_CoverCongrats to Rahul on this New York Times review of ENTER TITLE HERE (Disney-Hyperion, 2016). I DARE you not to have an opinion about this book… 

“It’s meant to make you uncomfortable, and Kanakia made me uncomfortable in so many ways.”

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You can also Rahul on twitter at @rahkan, and check out his amazing and prolific blog on culture, art, and life.

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CMB Audiobook Review

I don’t typically share reviews, but seeing as this one praises my totally fabulous reader, Sarah Elmaleh, I figured I’d spread the love. An excerpt from The Reading Date:

“I listened to the audiobook, performed by Sarah Elmaleh, a new-to-me narrator, and in fact this seems to be her first audiobook. This audiobook just would not work if it weren’t matched with the right performer. There’s Cherry, with the larger than life personality, her family and friends in the trailer park, plus the English accented movie star Ardelia and her entourage. But Elmaleh gives an authentic voice to Cherry and infuses the supporting characters voices with personality. I had a copy of the book, but used a credit on the audiobook based on the audio sample, and I’m really glad I did. Elmaleh has a great throaty voice and nails Cherry’s deadpan humor, and eases seamlessly into Ardelia’s polished accent. This is an audiobook I’d listen to again if I needed a pick-me-up.”

Read the full review here.