story was a bit predictable but enjoyable. I found the narrator annoying, particularly when voicing the main character Christine...she took on a whiny, overdramatic tone that she didn't use with other characters and I felt it really distracted me from the story.
I did not find this captivating, rather predictable actually. A bit boring, the same thing over and over, due to the nature of the story, where the character wakes up every day having lost her memory. Waste of time
I'm not sure how this garnered so many stars, but for sure their taste and mine don't mesh. I'm returning this book and hoping to use my credit on something else. I'm about 2-3 hours into the book and it's time to pull the plug!
This was a pretty painful read. It could have been much shorter, and the end was a huge disappointment for me.
I spend a lot of time seeking out the perfect story worthy of my credit. I enjoy suspense thrillers w/ a kick of satire. I'm a picky listener.
It was like I had to live through every grueling detail about a mug or a person or this terrible memory loss of the main character. I wanted to slam my head into the keyboard.
Majority of the book was spent fast forwarding to the end of the chapter. It concluded an hr before the end and even that explanation was anti climactic! BOOOO to the author for causing suicidal thoughts cuz an ice pick to my head would have been more satisfying than this s-l-o-w read.
I enjoyed this book, although I wouldn't describe it as one of the most suspenseful books I ever read (I found it on a book list of suspenseful reads). In any case, it was well done and held my interest from start to finish. The narrator is excellent. It's definitely worth a listen.
There is a lot of repetition and although I understand some is needed it became so tedious! And the ending was not very satisfactory.