In deep tones that will be familiar to viewers of Netflix's "Queer Eye," social worker and cultural commentator Karamo Brown narrates his debut audiobook. Blending memoir with inspirational lessons, he recounts the joys and challenges of his life, including his unorthodox routes to fame and fatherhood, his experiences with addiction and abuse, and his ambitious drive. He describes how each of these qualities and experiences shaped his worldview and empowered him to help others. Although Brown's narration style doesn't achieve the level of charisma listeners might expect based on his television work, his delivery is straightforward and accessible, with occasional bursts of warmth and humor. Overall, fans will be fascinated by this dive into Brown's personal history, particularly the lengthy final chapter, which focuses on "Queer Eye." R.A.H. © AudioFile 2019, Portland, Maine [Published: APRIL 2019]
Trade Ed. Simon & Schuster Audio 2019
DD ISBN 9781508286226 $17.99
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