Yes, I love the use of the first person plural narration. It is inclusive and allows the listener to become engrossed in the story.
Jeffrey Eugenides has a way with words that draws you in and holds you under water. You know what is going to happen in this story from the beginning, making this tale less about what happens and more about who it happens to.
Much as I admired and sometimes revelled in the sheer style and beauty of the writing, this novel left me cold cold cold and empty. Beautiful, but ultimately futile. Which I think was precisely the point.
I can't think of anyone.
Not sure yet.
His performance was fine.
The description of the first suicide attempt in the bathtub. It was very creepy.
I know this book is a black comedy, but it was too morbid for me. I don't expect you to use this review.