Really liked this book. Didn't like it at first but it really turned around and became completely the opposite of what I thought it would be at first. I finished it in 3 days, I couldn't stop listening. However, I can't say I loved the narrator. She did the main character justice but when she was playing/reading for the other main characters she did it way to dramatically and made some of them sound high at all time or underdeveloped. It was very strange. But I still recommend this audiobook.
This book starts out as your very typical teenage "Mean Girl" read. In fact, it carries on that way for a few chapters. It is very entertaining and can definitely remind some people of their high school years - it doesn't matter if you were one of those "mean girls" or if you just remember them - it brings you back to high school. As the story evolves you start to learn more and more about the characters and why they are the way they are. It really teaches you to stop and take a minute to get to know people and their stories. The main plot revolves around one of the "mean girls" who is forced to re live the day she dies over and over again. Wondering what she would do on the next day really kept me on the edge of my seat. It was very entertaining and the lady reading the book did a great job imitating the different voices of each character. I cant wait until the movie comes out so I can see if the actors look anything like I imagine in my head. Overall I definitely recommend for older teens and adults alike. It teaches a great story and is a book I wont soon forget.
I was actually looking for another book title when I stumbled upon this one. I read a little about it and thought it would be an easy, entertaining listen. It was that but more. There were lines in this that grabbed my attention because they were something I related too a little too much. Great story for any age...not just young adult.
This was a beautiful story and performed so well by Sarah Drew. It definitely made me think about life and embracing those moments that resonate throughout time. Loved it.
So at first I was frustrated with this character and really just wanted to drop kick her out a window for at least the first half of the book. She's dramatic, shallow, immature, mean, and pretty much an idiot. But as the book went on she became more likable, and I'm glad that the story ended the way it did, because it would have made everything that she learned a complete waste. And at least she finally figured how to not be afraid, and to say and do what she felt was right. I liked it overall.
A hilarious, yet serious and insightful novel. Truly the narrator was amazing and made the book even more enjoyable. Her different voices made me feel like I was watching a movie, I could see and hear everything so clearly :)
I wish they had a different voice for elidy. I imagine her being so beautiful. other than that the story is incredible.