Informative, Unbiased, Fascinating
She was lively, interesting, and sounded very natural.
Wonderful. I will listen to this series multiple times.
Yes, I love all Jennifer Weiner books. I enjoyed this one about prescription drug abuse, and all that is involved with recovery. It did get slow at times, during the rehab part, but overall, a great read. I did feel that the writing for the 6 year old daughter was poorly done. The six year old spoke more like a 3-4 year old.
I liked that we got a realistic view of drug abuse from the addict's view.
Annoying at times
The voice that the narrator used for the daughter was EXTREMELY annoying. I wish she had used a normal voice. I also hated that she said "withdraRal" instead of "Withdrawal". The emphasis on the "R" was super annoying.
Mindless, Easy, Interesting
I'd compare this to Tori Spelling's Autobiographies, very similar.
Not sure. It is very annoying the way he lingers and emphasizes the letter "L". So much so that I wish I had just read this book. If he stopped doing that, then yes. He is great at narrating, and has a great voice.
I loved whend Andy "came out" and got so much support and love.
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