Maybe the second time around will be better.
To head warnings about animal to human virus transmission.
I have listened twice already. Once alone and the second time with my husband. He enjoyed it as much as I did.
His story telling style communicated his fondness for the main character. His voice was a good match for the story.
There definitely was a very redeeming and memorable moment for me. I'm afraid that revealing it would require a strong spoiler alert.
The last 1/2-1/3 of the book I would describe my listening experience as "soaking it all up" due to the very hopeful message it gives.
Yes, maybe in a couple of years, because it held my interest.
the father of Jacob because he both loved him and was realistic
yes, equally great
Jacob-because he was perplexing and so like mass shooters we have known.
did not like offensive language
lacked enough plot to keep my interest
i thought it was fine
the beach scene involving oral sex and talk of it
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