I liked the first two, but this one was like a train wreck. I couldn't stop listening, because I kept thinking something would happen that would pull me in. Nope!
Wasn't sure how I'd feel about this series, but it's been great. Good listen for sure.
Very good book. My husband got the Sit down, shut up for me a few years back. I saw its an audible book now, too. Brad does a wonderful job of narrating his own book. This is the first book in a long time I recommended to family and friends.
This book has a very interesting writing style. Edan Lepucki must have created a back story and current story to do so much referencing. It was delightful.
I am glad this series is finished though. Narrative was great. I enjoy when I get hooked on a narrator and that person reads the series. Caitlin Davies, good job.
Struggled a bit to stay focused. Its a decent book but not one of my favorites.
Riveting, Thoughtful, Meaningful
I like that Death tells the story, but also that it teaches a lesson and the heartache involved with the time and place the story is told.
I would not know. Only listened to it.
It sure made me want to keep listening.
This book reminded me of "Hunger Games" sort of.
I liked that the concept of the underdog rising.
The audio book was great and I liked having multiple people reading.
The book had a few twists, but it was a bit obvious.
I did....I hated the movie and it upset me that Kami and Margaret would allow that to happen. The movie was so off from the book. Ridiculous.
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