I wish T.C. would get out of his maudlin state. I keep reading his books, hoping to find some of the funny dark side of life, like "Drop City," but I guess he is stuck in the dark absurd state. Anyway, it was an okay read and the narrator was good.
I don't know who would enjoy this book.
It was very repetitive. I knew I could not finish it from the start. I listened to 10 hours, should I try to finish it?
Most of the audio books produced by Blackstone Audio that I have listened to are great, and this one is no exception. The narration by Carrington MacDuffe wove a tale of life, simple and complex, beautifully sad and engaging. I sometimes had to wonder how a woman so large could keep her chin up, but this is where fiction can overcome life. I am glad I listened, and I am inspired to read the book. I hope the author is working on another piece.
I listen to this book while I exercise. It is good inspiration during a workout. The theory and studies seems to make perfect sense.
The book is well read and takes you for an adolescent ride. I enjoyed it, like most of the other reviewers.
The reviews tell the truth. This is a quite interesting book, and the reader brings the story to life. Sunil Malhotra enlivens the repetitive passages so you keep on going. I enjoyed this audio very much.
The ending was just a little weak compared to the rest of the book. I feel that Aibileen would not have let herself be in the predicament at the end. I won't give up the ending but I'm sure others feel the same as I do. The book was a "page turner" or should I say an audio extravaganza that couldn't be put down.
The characters came to life with the narrator's voices. The book was thought provoking and historical in feel. I liked it very much.
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.