I enjoyed this book so much I didn't want it to finish. The story was amazingly in depth and very well researched.
Telling the story from the different female characters gave you an opportunity to become part of the book by relating to those characters as they grew and changed. You got to understand each character, and also how others saw them. The narator did a great job of differentiating between all the characters and this made it easy to immerse yourself into those individuals.
I loved it and contemplating listening again and bound the get more out of it second time around
Really enjoyed my second Picoult book, lots of detail and she has certainly done her homework on disabilities. Having different narrators made it more believable, ie not a woman reading from a mans perspective. Yes it was repetative in places but I felt that helped build the image of what their life was like.
the ending or as someone else wrote 'what ending'. It was like she had run out of paper to write on, or ideas or something. I was totally disappointed in the ending, however I really enjoyed the journey up to the end, hence my 3/5 for story and not 4/5 for the story
After the first 2 books, I couldn't put this one down till I had finished it, everything I did, I did with earphones on.
The detail of these books is amazing right down to the cheese, coffee and bread bought at the corner shop, and certainly makes you feel like you are in the storjy, with the writer. I enjoyed the reader and his different accents, very entertaining.
If you haven't read the first 2 books then you should.
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