Jamaica Plain, MA, United States | Member Since 2011
Yes, it was so engaging and kept me fully engaged the entire time I listened to it.
Zack, I loved the use of language for this character and the challenges he faced with Ol' Georgie. I also found the section of the book with Son Mi it was very interesting and engaging. The truth is I loved all the characters!
I loved when all of the elders broke out of the home... it was really adrenaline pumping for me as they broke through the gate to make it to freedom.
This is a must listen to book before you watch the movie which was also spectacular.
I am on the third book of this series and I have to admit that they are my guilty pleasure after a long day of work. The world that surrounds the Hunger Games is just depressing, however, what makes it all that different from our own world... The reality comes through that any government is not beyond utilizing its citizens as pawns on a daily basis. Carolyn McCormick is a great reader and love her ability to create voices that truly differentiate and engage. If I were to be critical about anything is the use by the author of the
This was a great book and had some wonderful insight in it, enough science to seem real, and some very good tongue in cheek humor... bravo! I have been working on recreating my diet with the help of this book and have been successful in losing 10 lbs in a month without restricting food except for wheat and the grains that Dr. Davis recommends. It is worth spending the credit.
What compelled me to listen to this book was the fact that Johnny Depp read part of it and he does not disappoint... What did disappoint me is Richards use of the word
Report Inappropriate Content
If you find this review inappropriate and think it should be removed from our site, let us know. This report will be reviewed by Audible and we will take appropriate action.