My Sunday morning started brilliantly after I noticed I’d received this wonderful review of my recently released audiobook of A Slice of the Seventies. It was written by a listener in America. I’m sure the narrator of A Slice of the Seventies, Tracey Norman – Actress/Voice Artiste, will be as thrilled as I am to read his review.
Here is what the reviewer wrote on Audible.com:
Overall 5* Performance 5* Story 5*
How The Other Half Lived
“A Slice of the Seventies“ is right in my wheelhouse. Protagonist Mug was a British female and I’m an American male but her era was my era. Despite our different nationalities and gender, we seem to be kindred spirits in our formative years. Mug was the woman I was chasing albeit on the other side of the ocean and the angst she felt throughout “A Slice of the Seventies” was inflicted by guys like me. There was so much for me to identify with – and learn from — in this book that geography and gender didn’t seem to matter. It was a journey back in time written expertly by Joy Mutter and read just as expertly by Tracey Norman.
If you even vaguely remember the 1970’s from any global location, this is a must listen for you.
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
Here is the link to A Slice of the Seventies audiobook on Audible http://adbl.co/2Due5lW