Well read. Intriguing storyline. Twist end. The characters, while well developed are a little long winded. But well developed with subtle but quite realistic flaws. Very believable. Not a very satisfying end. And I'm more into visualizable writing. This writing style is more psychologically based than visually based. Example? I can imagine what the characters and the environments look like, but the author doesn't feed much visual description into my view. It's more what my mind creates than what the author helps me visualize. Interesting way of writing.
but i found the work disturbing. it makes women out to be attention seeking drama queens. was left unimpressed. end.
had trouble starting this book..thought it was too weird ..decided to stay with it..glad I did.
Many twists & turns..plot changes constantly
I didn't read the print version, so I cannot comment.
Just the plot twists that just kept coming and coming.
At first I didn't like the fact that there were two different readers, but as the story went on I changed my opinion 180 degrees. I can't imagine the story being told with just one voice.
The only reaction I had was that it reminded me of "The Sixth Sense" in that I never saw it coming.
As everyone says, the book is much better than the movie!
Everything about the book was great! Just when I thought I was getting it figured out "Amazing Amy" did something else. I wasn't sure if I loved her or hated her.
I'm a caffeine zombie suffering from constant book hangovers.
I found this book to be highly "disturbing" however it was redeemable in part because of the strong leading characters, whom happened to be more flawed and human then anything else. this made it more realistic. in varying shades.
there were a lot of "memorable moments" though my most found ones were of the strong female leads diary/journal entries.
the woman's voice was ok however I couldn't get over the fact that the man's voice sounded too much like Edward Norton's voice it disturbed me.
I found myself laughing though the dark humor but never did I have the opposite reaction the book was quite twisted. and not in a sob story way.
an intense read! not for the faint of heart.