Trevor was my favorite character. I loved following him and how he discovered his feelings for Abby and how he dealt with the confusions of his life.
Dan Bittner bought the characters to life. I felt like I was going through life with them.
The Epilogue was excellent. Loved reading about how life turned out for Travis and Pigeon.
Can't wait for the next book from this awesome writer.
Yes! I could not stop listening to Walking Disaster!!
The whole book was great!
Edgy Modern College Romance!
This is a must read!
I listened to the first book twice. The first time was a while back but when the second book came out I wanted to reread the first one so it was fresh in my mind. I forgot how much I loved it the first time around. I love that each book is the same story from different perspectives. The connection between the characters is so intense and relatable. It made you want to know more. The second book really brought the story to closure.
Say something about yourself!
I loved this whole book!! Beautiful Disaster was a great book, but this one adds so much to the story.
I have not listened to Dan before and I was disappointed when I found out it was narrated by someone different than Beautiful Disaster. I was very surprised how much I Loved Dan in this book! He did a great job, he was a perfect choice for this book!
Finally a story which give the other perspective of the other lead character. Loved reading "Beautiful Disaster" and getting into the mind of Abby. "Walking Disaster" really got into the mind of Travis and the angst he was going through in working out his relationship with Abby. With many romance novels, you only get a perspective of the women in the story...this was a riviting in that you get to follow Travis's journey in his self realization to love.
THe author Jamie McGuire kept the dialogue consistent with the first book. It was the thoughts behind the character which you had to grasp. I actually listened to both books "Beautiful Disaster" and "Walking Disaster" together, in order to remember the story and to recall what was going on with each character...it was intersting to understand each character's thoughts from scene to scene. As I read/listened to their story I was just as "frustrated" with their decisions as they were, but didn't give up on them. The characters of Shefly and America enriched the story and were provided some tension and comic relief at times.
His male narration brought a reality to Travis Maddox voice. He was able to capture the character's pain in his voice, his emotion of rage, desperation, angst.
This was one story that rivited me. I laughed at some of ther banter. The dialogue was quick witted at times. I was exasperated with their indecisions, cried with their pain of self realization, and tense at key points in the story.
I recommend rereading/listening the first book "Beautiful Disaster" before reading/listening to "Walking Disaster" especially if you had to wait awhile for this second book to come out. Better yet, try listening to both books at the same time. Switching back and forth in the story. The dialogue is consistently the same but you get a different perspective of what Abby (Pidgion) and Travis are thinking. The narration of the female narrator- Emma Gavin in Beautiful Disaster in contrast to the male narrator Dan Bittner in "Walking Disaster" make for a richer emotional understanding of their story.
I am a miracle worker. Doing what I can to choose love over fear.
There are many passages which is exact the same as in book one. If you loved book one you will enjoy this: In a way I wish they had released this first since it is better for adults. The narrator does an amazingly good job. I knew what would happen next but the last part is a new addition. Credit proof if you got hocked on the characters in book one.
" of course and " Love unexpected"
This was the first.
I strongly dissliked the epilouge since the end could have been elebareted into an all-new storyline. Sometimes the characters you love the most evolves too fast.
At the top of the list.
Just the Travis Maddox's personality made me laugh through out the whole book.
No, he did great though.
Made me laugh all the way through and I loved the ending.
Tell us about yourself!
The first time I read beautiful disaster l feel in love with this book. And I read it 8or 9 times I love the way the person read the book. And I could hardly wait till this book came out. I was very disappointed by the person reading it. It made the Travis curator sound so wimpy. It took away the Travis image I had. Very upsetting!!!!! I hated it so much I had to stop reading it for a couple of hours/ day's. I wonder if Jamie McGuire actually wrote this book because there is a lot of conflicting story's in this book.... I hated the middle of this book...... the very beginning and the end of this book was awesome.
Yes! Loved the series.
I really enjoyed both books in this series. I can't wait to read more about Travis's brothers.
I would add more detail describing the time they have spent together after college. There was very little info on what Abby has been doing other than the family thing.
Yes, it is a good enhancer to Beautiful Disaster. It was just not the follow-up I was wanting.
The romance was perfect.
I would have preferred a continuation of the story rather than a repeat from Travis's eyes. On a good note, I did enjoy hearing his emotions and understanding him better.