omg ... can we say over the top with the lead Liz. ... it dragged on for sooooo long that by the time you get to the good stuff you don't like the heroine .... and it left the hero looking stupid and needy .... unbelievable romance
Yes, absolutely! The narration was superb!
I found the narrator Julia Whelan to be excellent. She was able to successfully change from male to female with ease all while keeping into each character. I was amazed by her performance.
I liked the book alot, just didn't like all the cussing but overall the book was great. I wonder if they would ever consider havinh5 both a male and female that way they wouldn't have to fake being a different sex.
Outside of believable scenarios, and writing that doesn't make me want to bang my head against a wall until I'm insensible? I think the author was going for a Lisbeth Salander-character, but a 16-year-old in Harvard Medical School is not believable. The main character is meant to be quirky and eccentric but ends up being completely unlikable instead. The writing is so full of predictable cliches and stilted dialogue that I can't finish it.
I think Whelan did the best she could given the weakness of the material.