I haven't read it in print but I can't imagine it could be better then Jenna Lamia reading it to me. I did enjoy the audio book better then the movie though.
August because I think she knew just who Lilly was and how much she needed August and her sisters right from the beginning.
I loved this book. Lilly's perspective gave you such a clear view of the time. I especially love how Lilly didn't see color like the other white people she had in her life before she found August and her sisters.
My favorite listen.
Some of them. All the narrators did a great job I loved every one. They really made you get lost in the story and fall in love with their characters. I will listen to almost anything Jenna Lemia reads so when I got this book I was excited she was in it. She wasn't even my favorite.
Oh yes, I laughed and laughed. I listen at work in the morning before the lunch service starts and I would be cracking up and getting funny looks from everyone. I also had to hold back tears in a few parts like when Aibileen was talking about her son.
I listened to this a few times I loved it so much. I would have loved for this to go on forever. It felt like I knew the characters personally. I wanted to sit at the kitchen table and talk to Aibileen lol.
Yes I would it was great I love Jenna Lamia. The story was so funny, not what I expected at all.
I can't say I had one I loved the book as a whole.
Everything I could listen to Jenna read the phone book as long as she used her southern accent.
This book had me laughing out loud I didn't want it to end. I have to admit I only found this book after listening to The Help and searching for more read by Jenna. I am so glad I did because I never would have found it otherwise and I loved this.
Very high read this book in print and I loved it. Listening to it didn't disappoint the narration could seem dull at first but after listening for a bit you realize it's the tone of the story and it couldn't have been done better.
At the very beginning when Catness volunteers as tribute for her sister I still get chills thinking about it.
No I haven't.
Of course, when one of the tributes is killed I hate to ruin a story so I'm not giving details.
I love this series I would recommend to anyone, Really my mom, little brother, and my grandfather all loved this book.
Yes yes yes. As a matter of fact I have listened to it a few times. John Lee does an amazing job I could listen to him all day and its is an epic story that I loved the first time but after listening again I realized I missed so much.
It came at the very end so I can't say without spoiling it.
That's tough I loved Aliena and Jack I can't decide who I loved more.
Yes I didn't want to turn it off.
I truly loved this book I didn't hesitate one second after I finished it to buy A World Without End. Which didn't disappoint.
I though this book was really good it wasn't my favorite but it has tough competition I would would put it in my top 15.
The bartimaeus trilogy because it's about magic but it's not childish.
No I haven't but I would listen again she held my attention.
Not really I like to spread my books out.
I really liked this book as a total Harry Potter head I love books about magic but I judge them harshly. This was original and better then I expected.
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