I loved that this book picked up right where the last stopped. Overall it was a good book. Much like the first book, I found myself enthralled in the story line, wondering who was actually good and who was actually evil. My only complaint would be that the story lulls a few times throughout. Fortunately the author picks pace back up after not too long, but I felt some things could have been condensed. I would recommend this book though to anyone that enjoys books with memorable characters, action and suspense, or stories set in a post-apocalyptic setting.
First of all, I just love Tina Fey. So if you're not a big fan, don't read it. If you are a fan, or are sort of a fan, or would like to be a fan, then READ IT! Better yet, listen to it via Audible because Tina Fey narrates it. This book is laugh out loud funny and the humor is only accentuated by Tina. By having the author read the book, you experience the story just as she intended. Her inflection of voice and tone are done brilliantly. It's several hours of Tina at her finest. Probably the best memoir I've read. And by probably, I mean it is the best memoir I've read. If you have even the smallest of senses of humor, you'll be glad you purchased this book.
I was locked into this book from the very beginning. I was glad I started this book on a long road trip so I was able to listen to nearly the whole book in one setting. I found the characters endearing and the plot line believable. I would recommend this book to any listeners who also enjoyed books like The Hunger Games, The Host, Delirium, or any stories set in a post-apocalyptic world.
This book will have you captured by and engrossed into the story line very quickly. The story takes several turns that I never expected, and these turns only take the excitement dial up a notch. Gillian has created two characters that you will love to hate. I found that I could relate to both in some aspects, while being totally appalled by their behavior in others. I would definitely recommend this book to others. The narration is also one of the better performances I have listened to.
This book kept me reeled in from the beginning. The Stephanie Plum character is charming, funny, and easy to love. I found myself relating to some of her irrational rants! I thought C.J. Critt did a wonderful job narrating! She adds emphasis at just the right moments and her pauses make a great effect. I see that some other critics have said they thought she sounded like an old lady smoker, but I never caught that vibe. I would certainly recommend this audiobook to my friends!
I loved the twists and turns and the sexual tension building between Stephanie and Joe Moreli.
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