I think the narrator drove the story in some respects because of the depth of character development that she gave to each voice.
I liked the themes of blended families, and the haves vs have nots. I related to the themes of how cliquish school parents are.
I like her slight accent and her voices for the characters were appropriate. Also, her tenor of voice is easy to listen to, not grating on the nerves and she speaks at a good pace.
I never wanted you in my life.
Unforgettable, funny and sad
The lyrical and poetic style of writing.
Good pace of reading the story and good differentiation between characters.
I listen to 3-4 audiobooks a month. Sometimes its the story that keeps you listening, sometimes its the narrator. In Wild, its both.
Listening to the author's trials and tribulations, makes me want to get out there and hike the PCT, blisters and all.
Her emotion and pace matches the character's emotions and the overall pace of the story. Her narration made me cry when Lady died.
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