I did enjoy the book, and it was time well spent.
I was frustrated with the characters. And I don't think it ever really resolved why none of these adult "children" can grow up and support themselves. They were so "Entitled" and no one ever really faced or confronted them with that. I just wanted them to grow up.
Yes, the narrator did a good job.
Maybe. But I don't think I'd want to watch it - not enough happens.
One of the better books I've listened to. I couldn't wait to get back to my car to find out what would happen.
I liked how it went back and forth in time, following the story from different perspectives. I loved the characters.
Caroline Lee was very good reading this story. Her accent is nice, and easy to listen to.
It was one of the better audiobooks I've listened to. The characters were all very real, and the story one of a real moral dilemma. Each character was tragic and I really felt their pain and wanted things to turn out well for them.
The whole book moved me!
The performance was wonderful. The reader's Australian accent really gave the book a sense of place.
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