I can't wait for the next book. the end is a bit of a cliffhanger.
I really like this narrator. I hope she narrates all these books.
Avid reader and audible listener. Usually the person recommending rather than following the yellow brick road to the fad of the moment
the problem with this book is the voice over...like a dripping faucet. okay story premise, but not for a series.
Dog lover & book addict.
I went in to this book with doubts. It's a cross between the post-American downfall of Hunger Games and Cinderella. That being said, once I started it, I couldn't stop listening until it was done. I even downloaded book two and three when one left me hanging on the cliff with what was gonna happen.
On a side note...as a decisive person, I'm annoyed by the main character's indecisiveness about what she's feeling. I guess I've been married too long and forgotten the teenage angst feelings. Lol.
It was very good. the story is a bit naive, but being honest I kinda like this type of book. I kept me motivated to listen. I have finished in a week what is sad, since I only have one credit. lol.
I am a librarian working as a state worker by day and a FB stalker at night. I like thrillers, YA and, and just about anything in between.
Yes, I would listen to this book again. I listened the first time while at the beach last summer, and a year later I bought it to read again. I thought it was a fun story, even though there are parts that I found silly.
I liked that it was like The Bachelor for YA lit. I liked seeing how all the girls interacted with each other, and the juicy tidbits when they tried to sabotage each other.
I thought she was a fine narrator. Maybe not the most exciting, or the best I have listened to, but she worked with what she was given.
Yes, my extreme reaction was that I could not wait to read the next in the series! No, I did not cry, but it made me smile, and that happens when I get happy or enjoy a book a lot.