I LOVE Elizabeth Berg's books and was excited to see that she had a new release. This book, However, was not like her other books at all, almost like it was written by someone else. Shallow characters, boring plot, and, worst of all, I could not stand to listen to her voice. Eventually I just got tired of listening the this banal book and gave up on it. I never give up on books but this one was not worth my time.
I first read this book when it came out and it has always been one of my favorite books. It is weird (in a good way) and quirky and you will never forget this character.
I like how everything comes together in the end and it all makes sense.
Owen Meany-of course! I loved hearing his strange, sweet voice.
Owen Meany, a boy you will love and never forget.
I highly recommend A Prayer for Owen Meany.
Yes. I am in my mid fifties and starting to look at life from a diferent perspective. This book is a thought provoking look at mid life from a woman with a bright and positive outlook.
It resonated with where I am in my life right now. It is as if I could have written it myself.
This is my first Anna Quindlan audio book although I have read all her others. She is my favorite author of all time. I don't think this book could have been performed by anyone but her. I really liked hearing it in her voice.
No, because I didn't want it to end!
I have recommended it to all my friends.
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