This was a hard one to get into. I've never been a fan of people who can't internalize their thoughts, and that's basically the way this book reads. Listening to someone's entire thought process. I think I may have liked it better reading it, than listening to it. As a mom to a toddler, I listen to whining all day, and felt like I was listening to whining throughout the book. Annoying. Finally, about 2/3 way through the book I finally became interested and listened all the way through the end completely engulfed. Maybe it was the narrator, but I think I would've preferred reading this one instead.
I like to read, but I am too often too tired. Audiobooks give me the chance to listen to stories on my way to work or on my break.
The narrator's accent was enjoyable to listen to as she read her way through the story. The story itself was more than a murder mystery and more than a love story. It was about the what if's in life and consequences of oractions and the regrets we all ponder. The author did a very good job at telling an interesting tale involving many charscters. This was worth the reading.
I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed this book. It was undoubtedly carefully and thoughtfully written - light and easy yet with a perfect twist of suspense. It was unpredictable to me and I was anxious to see how the characters' stories unfolded. It's an entertaining story that was enjoyable enough to take me out of my own daily grind to submerse myself in and relax to. The narrator added such a special touch and heightened my level of enjoyment. Excellent story and performance.
Lianne Moriarty never disappoints! fantastic book from this talented author. I can wait to read another. So many twists and turns you can't figure out where you'll end up.