Uncommon Type Audiobook
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I thoroughly enjoyed this book more than many others I’ve read! Tom Hanks is truly likable (isn’t he?). As I delved into these short stories, I imagined them being narrated by Tom himself. Hearing them in his voice brings such comfort. If you’re contemplating whether to give this collection a read, I assure you, it’s worth it! Take a moment to disconnect from the digital hustle and immerse yourself. You won’t regret it!
Uncommon Type audiobook Series Shifters Unbound
Last month, our book club delved into Ann Patchett’s ‘These Precious Days,’ which was a hit with nearly everyone. As we brainstormed our March selection, I remembered Ann Patchett’s unexpected delight in Tom Hanks’s collection of short stories. Given that we hadn’t explored this genre yet, I suggested we give it a try. The group concurred.
It’s not really giving anything away to affirm that Ann Patchett’s recommendation was spot on. This anthology of seventeen narratives, subtly intertwined by the motif of a manual typewriter, spans diverse human encounters and stretches across time from the early 20th century to contemporary times, and maybe a touch further. Some characters make repeat appearances, with occasional “newspaper columns” thrown in, but each tale stands on its own. With story lengths varying from just a handful of pages to around forty, navigating through the 400-plus pages is a breeze. It’s a read I’d heartily endorse.
Audiobook Uncommon Type by Cris Dukehart
While reading these stories, which have a subtle connection, I couldn’t help but visualize the author, Tom Hanks. Associating him with the narratives added to my enjoyment. I appreciated the writing and the tales, and would recommend the collection. However, without the allure of Tom Hanks, I might not have rated it so highly. Admittedly, this isn’t a deeply analytical review, but I hope it helps! Enjoy reading.
Audio Uncommon Type narrated by Cris Dukehart
I was genuinely excited to dive into this book, especially with Tom Hanks behind it. The idea of owning a first edition of his debut book, even if unsigned, felt special. While I’m not aiming to profit from it (given that all copies are first editions currently), I thought it would be a unique keepsake. However, my anticipation turned to disappointment once I began reading. The content seemed poorly written, and the formatting was off. I’m puzzled, as the version I received feels like an early draft. It seems the publisher might have been more focused on the famous author’s name and potential sales rather than the quality. I wanted to believe that Tom’s writing prowess earned him this publication, but my experience has left me skeptical.
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I appreciated the diverse stories centered around a typewriter motif. They steered clear of cruelty or violence, yet weren’t dull or tedious. The narratives were rich in details, portraying genuine people in intriguing circumstances. A delightful read.
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