I am only 12 years old and my friend recommended this book to me. The end was a little sudden but otherwise I loved this book. I recommend it for 10 and older to fully understand the concept.
Such a good book at the end I was crying.And I had left my book at school and we are reading it in class and so I just listened to it on here and now I am ahead of everyone in my 6th grade class.
The first time I read this book I was in grade school and now, years later at the age of 25 almost 26 I find that I love this book just as much now as I had then. I has changed my perception of life and value the freedoms and choices I have today.
I liked the book overall, and I thought the performance of the one telling the story was great, but I hated the music that was played randomly. It was very distracting and took away from what was going on in the story instead of enhancing it, which I'm sure was the point. I disliked it so much that I am hoping to find a different director for the next book.
Eleven year old son enjoyed the story and the performance but he thought it was "a little dull at times". Dealt with the topic of euthanasia in an interesting way.
This is a great story. It is timeless. The engagement was ruined every time the music started playing. To say more would be redundant. If there is another version of this audiobook get it instead.