bookshelves: fraudio, published-2013, nonfiction, biography, under-500-ratings, autumn-2013, skim-through
Read on October 26, 2013
Warning: [Kermit is not real, he is Henson's hand with green glove on! (hide spoiler)]
At just over 600 pages this is too long. The beginning was boring and factual to the point of self-combustion so whilst learning about Henson is just lovely, the biographer holds nothing other than pedestrian reinterpretation.
GASP - does mentioning the fact that this author has little flair other than to make one look again at the clock and wonder what is for tea violate the mercurial articles of grramazon reviewership? Who knows, who cares. Honest reviewing is all that matters.
And this was rather a snoozefest