Best Boy is written by Eli Gottlieb and wonderfully narrated by Bronson Pinchot. The unabridged audiobook is just over seven hours of listening.

Why I liked this book: 1) It is a unique insight into the mind of an Autistic adult. Because I personally have not been exposed to a victim of Autism, this is an extremely educational story. It’s my understanding that this story is pretty close to a reflection of Eli Gottlieb’s relationship with his own brother, excellently told. 2) I can’t say enough about the narration of Bronson Pinchot. The voice of Todd is absolutely incredible. I’m certain that an already great story is considerably enhanced with this incredible interpretation by Pinchot – just terrific.

Why I didn’t like this book: Only one reason; it had to end. One of the best audiobooks I’ve heard and I personally own thousands. Highly recommended.

 

2 Responses to Best Boy by Eli Gottlieb – Audiobook

  1. E.D. Martin says:

    Have you read/listened to The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Mark Haddon? It’s a great book from the POV of a kid on the spectrum, and one of the best books I’ve read recently.

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