I have been a fan of hers, Emily Giffin. This book was a bit different. I liked the two different perspectives between the kid and the mom. I will say that the ending just left me for more, maybe another book? Hmmmm
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"Great Book, Great Performance"
Another book in the normal "genre" I like to listen to, and exactly what I was after. A light-hearted story that kept my attention throughout. I was happy I picked it.
I liked the way it was told from Marian's and Kirby's perspectives.
Great listen. If you like Emily Giffin's work. You will love this book. The narration was wonderful as well.
Yes. It has a solid story.
Likable characters. Easy to identify with. Real life situations.
Yes. I like the way it went back between each character's point of view.
When they met Conrad.
I like how she didn't over do their voices.
The daughter. She was very complex.
… that I had a little more wrap up in the end. … Read and you'll see. Or maybe I'm just too much of a hopeless romantic?
Kirby getting on stage and playing a set with her birth father.
Good contemporary fiction.
The characters came to life and had individual personalities.
I love Emily Giffin and have liked everything written by her thus far.
Thoroughly enjoyed this story, these characters, and the narration was just perfect. What a story. I believe anyone can relate in some ways to this story. I appreciated the story, the characters were so well developed, the timing so good. This narrator was smooth, versatile, and gave each person their "voice". That makes the listen a pleasure. I have read all of her books and for me, "Where We Belong" is the best.