Not really. I kept listening because I had read reviews and they all were pretty good. Then it got exciting in part two, and I thought "This is what everyone is talking about". Then it flatlined again.
They did fine, it was the subject matter that bored me. The endless descriptions of the past ...ugh
The production of the story was amazing. Both narrators did amazing jobs and i really felt as though i was hearing the characters' true voices. I never wanted to stop listening....completely engaging!
The closest comparison i have to this story is the film War of the Roses. Both main characters are massively flawed and it's difficult to determine who the real "hero" of the story is when all is said and done.
The beginning of the second part....I felt like i was slapped across the face with it in a way that was designed. It was incredibly entertaining!!!!!
i found myself reacting throughout the book, laughing, gasping, and getting angry with the MC's. It's worth the read!!!!
Just read it. I am sure you will NOT feel like it's a waste of time. My only criticism is that, in the end, you might argue.....did anyone grow as a result of the actions in the book??? Perhaps not, but man, it was sure a fun ride!
It was long so I wasn't trying to figure out what to do until my next credit.
Both readers were excellent but Julia Whelan in particular took the author's words and put the spine-tingle into them!
How well do you really know your spouse?
I didn't like any of the characters, and they didn't get any more likeable as the book went on. I really didn't like the ending!
Narrators were okay.
None that I can name. I would not recommend this to anybody else, and I'm disappointed that I paid for the Audible copy
I would recommend to a friend. The story is gripping and leaves you guessing. It shows that we don't always know people the way we think we do.
I enjoyed the story being told from two perspectives.
I can't say that the narration of Nick, was my favorite. I would have preferred someone else.
It is a book worth hearing, I feel the story is compelling and holds your attention. I was a bit disappointed with the ending.
It's a good light read.
I got some clues from the reviews so I wasn't surprised by the first twist. I was engaged for the entire book.
I listen to these books while doing housework or yard work. It's good for this because the writing is straightforward.
Everybody was going to this book either before or after "fifty" (Fifty Shades of Gray) said this wasn't as "kinky" easier flow or more of an alternative. It was NOT. Hard to follow from the beginning. I stayed with it for the first 4 hours but it never really kept my attention and that is saying something considering that I have 2 memberships and buy extra books due to travel. I haven't rated a book in a while but this one was not high on my list. Sorry but would waste a credit on it again.
Probably not, too many other great reads sitting on my wish list.
My favorites shifted back and forth many times throughout the book.
The sound quality of the performance (but not the performance itself) was mediocre, which detracted from the listening experience for me until my ears acclimated to it.
I would recommend this to all of my friends, and I wouldn't do that often.
I was 'glued' to this book. It was real, well written, and narrated.