Say something about yourself!
I would recommend this book since it has a cute story line but warn the friend that while the characters are suppose to be (intelligent) college students, there are parts of the story that are plain old high school or even middle school-ish.
I liked the ending. Again, a little childish for my taste but good nonetheless.
Mmm... I didn't really care for the male voices too much.
Don't think so
This book is like high school kids make ups and break ups... And it doesn't help that the narrator sounds like she's 12 years old. She should do kids books.
Tell us about yourself!
Only that Abby seems to have a hard time believing what's in heart and going with it. Travis knows and tells her but she fights and leaves him all the time. Her constant waivering drove me crazy
No I can't. I don't have enough interest in these characters to watch them when I had a hard time listening to it.
I thought the author was good at grammar, structure, etc. But the constant waivering of Abby was too much for me. Why can't she just believe in Travis and his love for her. The back and forth...ugh!!!
All business but contemporary fun!
Surprising suspenseful ending which proved the character's feelings even further.
The dialogs between Travis and Pigeon were too short, the heroine did not discuss, not even though of in her head, what the cause of her real fears was and why Travis was not good for her. Actually her whole past was disclosed so further down the book that it made it almost irrelevant at that point. Too childish girl breaking his heart almost cruelly at times, I almost didn't believe she loved him.
Being a mother of 4, a full time student and married into the Military books are my escape from my reality.
Yes, the audio version is much better. I was at the edge of my set the entire time. Yelling at nothingness because I was wrapped up in the story.
I can't really compare this story with another. it is the same girl meets boy, boy looses girl, and then they come back to each other. However, the intensity of the love if maddening at times.
I love Emma Galvin and life and emotion she brings to each character but the on stands out would be Americas. This character, though a minor one, had spunk and could make you laugh or say "finally". No Spoilers here!
Abby was the most memorable for me in this book because she was so darn oblivious to anything that was being said to her or what was happening to her. I just wanted to shake her and yell, "OPEN YOUR EYES"!
"So many books... so little time."
Compelling, emotional, gritty.
The opening scene pulls you right in, and between Jaime's storytelling & Emma's narration, the book doesn't let go.
I don't think she necessarily brings anything extra to the story. But where many narrators fall flat, (or worse... add intonation and inflection that seem at odds with the character's personality or imagined voice) Emma excels.
I don't think I would. It was a nice nod to a song of the same name, in my opinion.
Worth the time & enjoyable. And I'm very, very picky about my audio books. ;-)
Yes, this book was great.
Like none I've ever read.
Her voice was smooth and transitioned easily from Travis to Abby.
The whole book was moving. What's not to love about it? It's every girls dream to change a man.
Already have and I would strongly recommend Walking Disaster which is from Travis' point of view.
I liked the book even though this is a very co-dependent relationship.
Yes. There was a part in the book where Abby had to deal with something that Travis did that broke her heart.
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* I purchased this audio book- this is my honest review~
Most women in the Indie World have read Beautiful Disaster so I decided that I would try out the Audio Version, only because I could listen to this while working or working out- yes, I'm addicted to reading!
I was very nervous on the audio world, not sure how I would adapt to a narrator reading the story and not getting the full affect of my own emotions of physically reading, however the narrator of Beautiful Disaster, Emma Galvin did a very good job. She was the reader for both Abby,Travis,America,Shep... Everyone-I picked this audio book since I have read the story already-so if I didn't enjoy the audio- I had already read this one... It was refreshing to listen to the book again.
I rate this 4 stars as I read this already-but If anyone is into audio or just want to try it, this is a great story to start off with. I hope to start doing more audio books and do more reviews on this. I would listen to Emma Galvin narrate on future books... I found a new vise.
Defiantly! It kept me interested thru the whole book.
Did! I could not put it down.