Slow start that built up to a suspenseful ending. I hated for it to end and started looking for another book by the author. Really captured race relations in the Mississippi south in the early 60s.
I loved everything about this book! The characters were so fully realized and the narration by all was divine. This author's talent is amazing.
I loved every moment, every word about this book. Truly an extraordinary achievement.
The story was excellent, characters were believable, the narration phenomenal!
This is one of the best books I've either read or listened to in a long time. I am so glad I discovered it on Audible first, because I don't see how this book could have been as enjoyable without the perfect narration. I am so glad there were different narrators, not just one trying to change her voice for each character. This was such a thoughtfully intricate book, with a bittersweet ending. I loved it.
I loved "The Help". It made me laugh, it made me cry. The author paints such vivid pictures of the characters, and the readers do a great job. I was immersed in the story - I couldn't put it down, and I didn't want it to end. I highly recommend!
Loved this so much I recommended it to my book club and they all loved it too. A look back at a very different time but comes across very modern, and you can relate to the characters. Once you know someone else who has read it you will have many inside jokes together!
Such a wonderfully told story. You really get to know the characters and the narration was perfect. This book made me smile, made me mad and made me cry. I was so sad when it ended.
A great read. I enjoyed every moment of this book!
Amazing. This is the first time I have felt that I would have missed something if I had read the book instead of listening to the audiobook. The book was great, but the narration was beyond outstanding. I am from the south and can attest to the authenticity of their accents. If this book is ever made into a movie (and I suspect it probably will be), the actresses would do well to listen to these narrators in preparation for their roles.