I was once a fan of Colleen McCullough..but that was when I was in my teens! In retrospect I believe I was a romantic simple girl. This book was boring soppy and unrealistic..how can there be four women so very very beautiful and clever and ahead of their times? Now really!
Not a Colleen McCullough book!
Everything! Within the first 5 minutes I wasnt sure if I could listen to this book, she was horrible! It was a challenge..not only listening to the narrator, but getting through the story! Her voice grated on my nerves!
All of them! Especially Kitty....she was just far toooo beautiful. (she actually tried to grate her face because she couldn't stand being so beautiful)
This book was predictable, boring, unrealistic and very annoying.
Yes..although a little predictable. I was a bit disappointed with this second book..I was expecting more.
The most interesting....Lance seemd just an ordinary man with no military background..no special 'powers' he seemed realisticThe least ...Cass she was just too exceptional in all aspects..although I like her character she wasnt just your average girl!
I thought there would have been a better ending..predictable!
Jyust another zombie book..but it was fun!
Oh yeah the zombies were really scary..not your average walking dead!
I'm not sure if you could say this book was enjoyable..but it was very good (in my opinion) It was a very sad depiction of a mentally ill boy who had experienced devastating loss in his young life. This story was quite unique. I havent read anything like this before. Told partly in first person we experienced first hand what it would be like to have another 'voice in your head' I did find it at times a little amusing, visualising this 18 year old boy man talking to himself as an 18 year old and with the voice of his brother a 10 year old.
Tom...who was Jack who was Tom
He was very clever in differentiating the two characters one the 18 year old and the other the 10 year old..I was not confused at all who was talking
I did like this book..it has kind of haunted me. Depressing and sad..very well preformed and written!
Yes. It was very easy to listen to. A good story. And the narrator was wonderful. I have recommended this book to my 3 daughters.
Yes. She had a realistic way of telling a story. It was written well and the story line wasnt that predictable.
She narrated this book in an easy going way She did not over dramatize and had a very convincing teenager way about her.
cut out the religion
too much jesus
she was ok
it was a cute story..but jesus got in the way!
too much jesus
Although I haven't read the print version, it was read with passion, and i loved it!
It told a story of desperate hope in a world where we question humanity.
He brought passion
The moment when the 'man' reminisced about the best day of his childhood on the lake with his uncle. (how such a simple day brought him to realise the beauty of such simple things..and how important it is to appreciate these simple pleasures)Also when the 'man' realises that the 'boy'is his reason for living and that their world existed, only, for each other..
I thought it was a wonderful depiction of ethics and hope, in a post apocalyptic time. It was desperate, dark and beautifully written. I now question humanity. I question all the things we take for granted, and unfortunately I question us and our morals and what we would be like in such a time!
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