Fine as Frog Hair Audiobook Review

Ashley Fontainne does not disappoint in this short but well written story of a man who reminiscences through his life and is surprised at what he finds during his journey. I was not sure how I would enjoy this somewhat oddly named book at first glance, however taking the journey alone with the main character was one I enjoyed. As the story moves, you begin to understand what made him who he was along with the many points of pain and suffering he faced growing up.

Spending many summer months on a farm in the southern United States at my Memaw’s house, I could relate to the story in more ways than one. Ashley tells an excellent story in a rather brief number of pages, but I do not regret taking the journey with Marvin and learning about his life. If you are looking for a light-hearted story that takes you on an emotional roller coaster ride, I would recommend reading or listening to this book.

With regard to the audiobook narration, I have to say it is also up there with many of my other favorites. This is the first I have listened to any material by Homer V Jones, but I think he hit a homerun reading this book. At first I was unsure if I was going to enjoy his voice or not, but by the end of the book I have to say that I would see and hear Marvin in no other way. Jones is able to capture the character’s inflections, expected voice, and even the accent I would expect from this man.

Thank you Ashley for creating it and Homer for bring it to life in audio form.

This book was provided to the reviewer by the Author, Narrator, or publisher in exchange for a non-bias review.

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