It started kind of slow but by the second hour I was totally hooked and could not stop listening. I purchased the next 2 books right away. Nicely read.
I liked that there were 2 narrators for the 2 separate first person characters, but neither of them had much range. Their performances were flat with little emotion which made it more difficult to empathize with the characters. The story was nice but I was surprised when it was done. I guess it left off in an awkward part to leave room for book two. If I were listening to this before the second book was available I would be highly annoyed. But it wad good enough that I will listen to the second book.
It was a pretty decent story with a strong male protagonist. This is rare in the YA world and I enjoyed the story. The audio book narration is great, it really allows you to escape into the book!
The main characters are too perfect, the plot points are too obvious, the romance isn't believable, and the moment-to-moment text is ham-handed. There is no real drama until the second half of the book. I won't be reading the sequel.
No. I was looking for another series and tried this. It was so predictable. I should have stopped at two but had time invested so went for three. Big mistake. Do not start this series. Try "The Martian". Great listen.
Nothing could have made it better the story is so boring
I may if it I get payed to do it
the proformance was good
15-year-old romance seemed cheesy and forced.
It was predictable.
Yes, but not worth a second listen, unfortunately.
I enjoyed the story, but it was marred by a "love" story angle that was frequently sappy and unbelievable, especially given the circumstances in which June and Day were often swooning over each other. The characters themselves were interesting, but they didn't act - and were not treated - like 15-year-olds. I would consider reading the sequels, but not listening to their audiobooks as Steven Kaplan's delivery was unfortunately monotonic.