We never read this in school and I am glad I finally had a chance to listen to this book. The Narrator was amazing he put so much life into the book. I dont fill like I cheated myself at all as I have felt with other books by listening to it instead of reading it.
Gatsby. I kinda felt sorry for him
The scene in the hotel room when Gatsby and Tom get finally have that talk with everyone in the room. So didnt expect it to happen there.
No not until later on in the book but it is so short anyone could do it on their day off.
Yes. Very interesting point of view from the author and the story is stuck in my head.
I could hear the change of the characters in her voice. Though she is female she didn't need to drastically change her voice to portray the male characters. It's flowed very well.
No this book isn't completely factual but has a fun view of Nefertiti's life and family. It actually made me want to investigate the facts for myself. Good read. It lingered in my mind along with the imagines I was able to develop as I read.
I already knew this book was for a younger audience and was prepared for that. However, I did not anticipate the narration to be what it was. The choice of voices for the characters was not attractive at all. The women's voices made me cringe. It was like audio drag. I even felt like the main character was lame from the way it was read. I was able to imagine how a male teen would actually speak and it made things better. But I really wanted to listen to this book. I may just read the others myself.
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