A lot of the charm of the first book was in setting up the "world" of the Factions and the characters. This continuation was almost a soap opera of the interaction of the characters.
Not enough visual to make a movie; maybe a tv series.
Interesting story and great narration
Hadfield's "aw shucks, ma'am" attitude
I don't think he's narrated any others
"Canada Nice" in outer space
Very understandable (my eyes glazed over in parts of "The Martian" and entertaining.
I would listen to this again - both to hear about the author's dates and to refresh myself on his online dating tips.
I liked the author because he seemed to be aware of his drawbacks but realized that it wasn't those that were causing the strange behavior in some of his dates.
The narrator brought just the right touch of nerdy voice to the story line.
I learned that it's standard practice for people to be less than truthful in their dating profiles.
I would strongly suggest that anyone considering (or currently engaged in) online dating read or listen to this book.
This was a very engrossing story. I learned a lot about cancer and one is, of course, sad that this happens to teens. The characters were not very realistic; while they were entertaining, one doesn't feel devastated at a bad outcome (trying not to spoil plot).
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