I read The Myth of Me & You, Leah Stewart's first novel and couldn't wait for her to publish her next. Every time I logged in I searched under author's name. Finally came the day when her next book arrived. I was more than disappointed. What happend? Her first book was so thought provoking and real. This book seemed cliche and "been there done that". Frankly I could not stand the narration either.
Anyone. Too dramatic and whiny.
About 9 hours and 26 minutes of character development and one hour of plot (if you can call it that). The author is talented in developing the characters and there are definitely some moments of truth but I was disappointed. I started this book with a libraby audio book and then downloaded it when I realized the sixth disc was all scratched up. Had I known I would never have wasted the credit.
four 1/2 stars. I read (listened) to this book on the advice of three avid readers who raved about it. I truly enjoyed it and could not wait to get back in my car. My only negative point is that there are, at times, long portions of imagery that can lead you to go astray if you are not a focused reader/listener. Overall definitely worth the time. The lessons learned by the charachters are thought provoking and the ending was very clever.
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