Better transition and explanation of Paige's ultimate decision; needed more closure in the end. Ending felt rushed, and not fully resolved
Didn't care for the narrator's "Austin" performance, male characters in general were awkward, but Austin really annoyed me. Absolutely loved Artie and Kira voices and portrayal.
Adorable yet heart-wrenching
Gavin, of course... Lol! Seriously, there are too many things to list; I loved almost all of it. There is one part of the book that I found distracting and I am still note sure why it was necessary... don't worry no spoilers, here - you will see what I mean when you listen/read it. But all in all, great follow up. Loved the characters, appreciated the nice and thorough ending - didn't feel rushed, provided just enough time to reflect and savor the story of the characters. I think one of the best conclusions I have heard/ read in quite some time.
Male voices seemed to be an issue for narrator and outside of Gavin, it was sometimes difficult to distinguish the male voices, and it may have just been me, but they all sounded a bit "dopey." Also, I really disliked the voice used for Fallon. Was it just me or did Fallon and Trevor sound exactly the same??? Creepy.
Yes, and I almost did.
Great listen. Not sure what I was expecting, but a great surprise.
Top 10 for sure.
Pretty much anytime Aunt Dody opened her mouth! Loved Aunt Dody!!!!
Pretty much. A few times the transitions between Desmond and other characters were a little muddled, but for the most part you could definitely differentiate between the characters.
I actually laughed out loud... for most of the book.
Would love to read/ hear more about Aunt Dody's future escapades. What a character!
The narration was all over the place, and REALLY painful. I even tried to speed up the narration.... it didn't help. After the first book, I was hoping that the second two were narrated by different narrators, I think it tainted my view of the last two books before I even began.
Maybe, if they had a different narrator.
Her various and inconsistent accents really made it difficult to stick with the book and get into the stories. I thought the Northeast and Irish(?) accents were painful in The Sins of His Past, but the Southern accents in Whatever Reilly Wants were horrific. May have been better to have just read the book, instead of listening to them.
No one character disturbed me, but again I had a hard time getting into the stories. It was the narrator.
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