probably not, I don't usually read books again unless it's been a long time and they are especially complicated and thought provoking.
other books by the same author
using the British accent adds a flavor you just don't get by reading on your own.
When it came time to say good bye to her great aunt.
I always enjoy hearing books by Sophie Kinsella. they are light, funny and easy to put down and pick up when I only have a short time to listen, but then I can't wait to see what happens next. The main character is always a little silly and light headed in matters of the heart but at the same time endearing and sweet. The Twenties Girl was especially thought provoking concerning family and the importance of having good relationships if you can.
Great story with humor, lessons and entertainment!
Sorry that I reached the end.
The best running companion I could've had!
The two main female characters in this book are annoying and selfish to the point where I actually disliked them. I am having a hard time finishing the book!
Don't get me wrong - there are some great funny scenes - what with Lara trying to hide the fact that she's communicating with Sadie, her deceased great aunt. But they just weren't enough to get me past the personalities of the women. Just not for me.
I do like the author and narrator... I just couldn't swallow a story about the ghost.
disappointed - too far for me.
Was nothing what I thought it would be. SO much better. I hated for it to end.
This was a great listen! loved the book and the narrator. I have not listened to her other books, but I will be checking them out.
This was definitely a disappointing read. Most annoying is the constant shouting and yelling by the ghost character. It might have been palatable if I had been reading it, but listening to it was painful. Had to turn the sound down. Not a sympathetic character.
The narrator's accent made it hard to concentrate on the story.
Way too wining for me. It was like listening to finger nails being dragged down a chalkboard. It did have a good ending, but it took a lot to get there.
Unfortunately, the story was weak and the heroine was neurotic and silly. I'm sad to say that, despite Landor's solid performance, I stopped listening after more than three hours. Frankly, I wish I had stopped earlier.