Narrator was very good.
A wonderful story. I was sorry when it was over Well written and thought provoking
I would love to read another book by this author
It took me a year to finish this...the last few chapters are much better than the majority of the books. I am not a big fan of the main narrator; I like the one who narrates her sister's part better.
Loved it! Well worth the read or listen. I would recommend this book to every one. Very sad but you will smile at the end.
I didn't care for the narrator and the changing of voices used for different characters.
Also if the story said "I swallowed" or "he swallowed" one more time I may have thrown my device out the window. Someone should count how many times that phase is written in this book and put it on a warning label.
Yes. I loved the way the book flowed and the story was fabulous!
The most memorable moment of the book was when she left Will in the parking lot after holiday.
The readers were good, did not distract from the content.
The author did a good job describing, this really brought the story to life for me.
I found it difficult to really like Louisa Clark however I did appreciate the transformation of her character from beginning to end.
The narrators were brilliant. Jojo Moyes does an incredible job of looking into a controversial topic, and making us really think about it. Wonderful characters experiencing true emotions!
I loved the main character, Louisa. She is quirky, funny, and extremely likeable. Louisa is so determined to help Will, and it really translates. You relate to her success and her failures.
A very unique story that kept my attention the whole time!
The main narrator did an awesome job, and I loved listening to her!
Will and Louisa's relationship was very special. It was sad to think of Will's situation, going from a man of adventure and dare, to a man dependent on everyone around him. It really makes you think about your own life, and to not take advantage of what you are given!
My favorite audible listen so far!