Stronger main characters
Louisa Clarke is pathetic
Narration was good, but depends on the book.
I would just add a bit more grit for all of the characters.
The characters were under developed. It was hard for me to feel an emotion connection to the characters because they just didn't seem real. The plot line was very predictable. My husband and listened to this audio together. I'm the first few chapters I told him how the entire story line was going to play out. He said "I hope not, that's too predictable." I was correct, I can't wait for him to say so when I get home.
It is rare that a book makes me care so much. This book goes straight to the heartstrings.
I loved Lou. She went through so much in this book and she did her best to live up to everyone's expectations. I still don't know exactly what she wants by the end of this book, she lives for her parents, for her sister, for her employers, and for Will, too. She's probably the definition of selfless. I was so glad to have "met" her.
I don't want to leave spoilers, so I will merely say that the saddest moment in the book was my favorite, because it was so personal and because I never thought it would happen.
I wouldn't, I think the name is beautiful.
Excellent narration. I liked the opening male narrator a little less, but the others were great! I appreciated the inside look of what it must be like to be quadraplegic and a romance that involves actual obstacles you can understand. Honestly all the characters were endearing and I like a story that involves two people making each other better. I think that's how all good romance are made.
Very interesting topic deftly discussing quadrupeligia, suicide, compassionate caregiving and love, albeit ending in severe disappointment then the final act of compassion
The story was wonderful. The readers were great! I saw the movie before I listened to the book and loved the additional details as I thought I would! I definitely recommend it!