Teen trauma, first love, emotional breakthrough
Easy by Tammara Webber. Both of these books are based on young lovers who need one another to conquer their demons and heal. I couldn't put either down.
Absolutely. Love the narrators, too.
Not necessarily better, but I do like hearing two different voices for the two narrators. Definitely adds to the experience.
Loved both the protagonists! Both seemed very human and very real--made bad choices, but most of them were for good reasons. They grew throughout the novel, and overcame amazing odds.
Loved them both. Really, I couldn't choose.
How can you look forward to the future when you can't get over your past?
I definitely recommend this audio version. It was very well done.
Tell us about yourself!I have been reading constantly threw audio books sense a verry small age and have never lost the love of them.
This book was verry good. I loved the narrators and how they worked together. The book has a lot of mental thrills and a tun of unexpected twists. Throw in some wonderful romance and i was hooked. You really begin to care about the caaractors. I really hope this Author comes back with more to read in the world of audio.
A wonderful bittersweet emotional story. Wonderful backgrounds and story development! I loved Echo and Noah!
This book is not easy to read. The things Echo and Noa deall with are hard, but the way they actualy came into their own was harder. It was hard to see echo starting to remember that night. It was hard to see her relationship with Ashley, the owman who was a mother to her almost until she marryed her father. Noa did some great things. He was really good at heart. I loved him and Echo together. They were not the usual tipe. They really loved each other. This is more than being in love. Noa's treatmont of his brother was indearing. I tiink the sistam has to learn something from this book. The carichtors were believeable. I loved it! I recommend it for people with strong heart! I cryed a lot, and laughed quite a few times.
I have such a hard time with books like this where every teenager portrayed has serious problems. This is a total downer book and the language is awful. I would never suggest a teenager or adult, for that matter read this. I can't believe this is marketed to teenagers.