This book absolutely stinks! Boring. Tacky. Not much else to say...
This was an enjoyable novel. It was hard to turn it off as following Charlotte through life's ups and downs was so compelling. The narrators were spot on! The voice of Charlotte was very shrill, but she WAS Charlotte. Perfect. It's just that the ending was a let down. Without giving too much away, it just....ended.
I listened to this book a couple of years ago. It's great to see that audible is featuring it. Wonderful, funny book. Great characters. Excellent narrator. I think I'll download it again and have another listen.
The narrator sounds like Alvin & the Chipmunks with a sinus condition.
How disappointing. Smarmy love scenes and really, really bad male voice imitations by the narrator made this toooooo long novel even longer. Gawd! Let me make better choices next time!
I loved the narrator's voices. An interesting twist on the time travel theme. However, I have to say that, as most women would, the use of the "c" word for female genitalia is simply disgusting. I agree with another reviewer that this author's gender is suspect. Women hate that word. Otherwise, it's a good tale, told well.
Well written, narrated, researched. Nothing to complain about there. However, my gripe is with the whirl of nonsense that is ever increasing surrounding this novel. People, people, people! This is fiction. My fellow Christians are in a tizzy over the assertions that Christ was married (remember all that 80s New Age junk? IT'S BACK!!!). My fellow art historians (I hold an M.A. in art history) have picked, picked, picked the book to death. IT'S A NOVEL! Get a grip. It really is a good "read". The last "page" was a let down, but we can't have everything, now can we?
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