I selected this book for a light summer read/listen. The plot has is a Hunger Games meets The Bachelor feel to it. Overall I thought it was worth the credit and would recommend it my teen daughter.
At first I didn't think that I would like the narrator's voice, but as the story progressed, Amy grew on me. She had an excellent performance and it was easy to tell when she switched between characters. This is the first audiobook I've ever listened to and I was unsure if I would enjoy is since I like the process of reading so much. I was pleasantly surprised.
The story itself is a classic young adult novel of this last decade. As such, I loved it. There was plenty of action and intrigue to keep me wanting to know more about this society the characters are living in. I will definitely continue the series, but probably from my local library rather than audible :) (I just can't get rid of paper that easily)