Yes, definitely! I thought the book was well written. The story was easy to follow and very entertaining. Emma Galvin's voice fits the character of Tris so well... and I believe that she also sounds a little like Shailene Woodley, who will be playing Tris in the movie version - which is really the whole reason I read this book. It did not disappoint and now I'm looking forward to the film even more.
It has a feel of the Hunger Games due to the separation of child and parent as such a young age. Tris was forced to become an adult early sort of like Kaniss.
Great Job! She made the story even more realistic!
Not really. But I loved it enough that I would read it again.
I was hoping for a little more scare, but there were definitely times it got a little hair raising! I found it very informative on the whole demonology scale. So if you're looking for a scary book, in my opinion this isn't something you get a whole lot of scare from.
but I could not get into it. After reading/listening to Antonia Fraiser's book on the life of Marie Antoinette, I thought I would get a kick out of a fictional take on her life as queen, but found it too far from the truth for my liking.
Donada Peters did an incredible job narrating this book! I listened to it through a second time. I'm so intrigued with M.A. and I think Fraser did an amazing job portraying her class and beauty.
Yes, I have listened to it twice. I'm utterly fascinated with Tudor history.
Anne Boleyn is probably the character that I was most drawn too. I find her incredibly misguided and misunderstood.
Yes, on par with his other works.
If you love European history and drama, you will love this story. No one did it big in such a way as the Tudors and Weir does a great job illustrating that.
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