Such a pleasure, this is definitely a worth remembering life, and is written in the most direct and open way. Every chapter explodes with events, conflicts and changes, every chapter is a record of complicities we call life, told from the most optimistic, down-to-earth, refreshing voice.
From a point of view of a non-American this book also gave me a glimpse of a very interesting era, the beginning of American feminism.
Easy, fun, educating , can't wait for the sequels...
Here in Audible there seems to be no need to present Susie as the talented narrator she is, and praise her fluent language and caressing voice.
it's almost impossible for a 13 years old narrator to win my attantion, and usually for me this can be a real turn- off, having said that - this was a fun, creepy, and wired at the same time, or in other words- definitly a true palahniuk
and it went by so quickly..
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