Really screwed up!
Archie seems to be growing on me more and maybe it's because he's showing more emotion. The flash back scenes were nice to have, and explained a lot about this complex man.
No, I found I needed to take a break from it. Some parts were just a bit much and I usually like screwed up and twisted books.
It's good, just really super twisted:)
Real life mom. There are so many books about mothers that are out of touch, but this one is brilliant, funny with just the right amount of mystery!
I can't pick just one, but maybe if I had to it would be the "fight" scene that lands the main character in jail.
I thought that the accent would bug me, but it didn't. Quite the opposite actually. It actually made the character so much more endearing.
This book really made me laugh, I could see so much of myself in her.
Great book, easy listen and fun!
Yes, but I would caution that it might drag in certain parts. It was frustrating as a listener to know what had happened and still waiting three hours for the main character to catch on.
I'm not sure. It sort of reminded me a bit of the V.C. Andrews books I read as a child.
Yes, I suppose. There were a few times when her voice grated. Mainly during parts where the character was becoming emotional.
When Celia finally told Riley the truth about everything, that was an honest moment and rewarding as a listener. I knew what the truth was about five hours prior.
Good book, but for me a bit predictable. Still the characters were complex and very interesting.
I loved hearing all the characters speak and found them all very entertaining. I was surprised, as reviews on this book had been mixed, which is why I put off buying it. However, I really loved it.
This book reminds me a bit of the True Blood show, not so much the books she wrote. The characters are all sorts of twisted, but still somehow likable.
I enjoyed the scene in the pawn shop where two of the characters get creative in resolving a problem for Bobo.
Fiji hands down! She such a riot and a witch, what's not to like?
Honestly I really loved this book and was sad when it ended. I have to say I enjoyed it far more than I thought I would. It is more comparable to the True Blood TV show, rather than the books it's based on....so, if you like the show, you might like this story.
I loved the conversations and quick wit the characters shared. Everything was pretty fast paced, but still enjoyable.
I liked Dotty, because she was kind of the third wheel in the story. She had a lot of the funnier lines too.
I love her sarcastic tone! There are so many lines that might have fallen flat had I just read the book.
A Deadly Fixer Upper.
Loved this book! Downloaded the free preview and liked it enough to buy the whole book. Super fun, suspenseful and totally worth a credit.
I'm not sure I'd buy a book from Brown, but I might from the narrators.
The use of technology in the story was good, however everything else was lacking.
Engaging, emotional, entertaining.
No. I'm really sadden by this story. It was suggested to me because I liked Gone Girl, however this is nothing like it. I found it very hard to connect with the characters, and I have never known a young teenage girl to speak in such a tone as the one in this story.
Could have been a good story, however it was weighed down by too much psycho babble. Characters are not very likable and very hard to root for.
I have loved this series for years, but I have to admit that Stephanie and her constant yo-yo-ing between Morelli and Ranger is getting old. I loved Stephanie's relationship with her friends and family, but Morelli is really starting to bug me. I would really like to see a total shift in the story and see Stephanie officially involved with Ranger. The series needs some spice and to shake it up!
I'm disappointed in the relationship between Morelli and Stephanie. I feel like it's just in a holding pattern and Morelli's personality has been bugging me. Again, I'd love to see Stephanie with Ranger for a while and develop that relationship.
She's great, but she can only work with what she is given.
If Evanovich is going to carry on the way she is, then no. However, if she is willing to change things up and put Stephanie with Ranger, then yes.
I've loved this series, but it either needs to end,or Evanovich needs to shift gears when it comes to Stephanie's love life. I've had enough of Morelli to last a lifetime.
Yes, I actually might. I feel like there were some things that I missed, as the story kept bouncing back and forth through time and between different characters points of view.
I liked the overall story. I felt it was original and very different than I thought it would be. I never thought it would end the way it did.
I liked the characters of Sarah and Ruthie. I thought the voice and pitch on both was excellent.
The sleepers have arisen.
I really enjoyed the book, but might need to listen to it again, as it is a very busy story. It weaves together two different eras and a host of characters and their points of view.
Yes! It's so light and funny. You need to have a sense of humor in order to fully enjoy this over the top story. The book is very rewarding, an easy, quick listen.
The way it was written kind of reminded me of Bridget Jones Diary, but not the content. Just the diary-esq way it was told. The content is very different.
Probably Babe losing her virginity. That scene was uncomfortably funny!
I laughed way too much!
Go into it with a sense of humor. This is not a complicated literary piece. It's a funny and easy listen to make you laugh and get through a boring work day!
I loved how Marilyn was made to be the smart woman I always suspected she was. The public saw a fragile child-like creature, but this story made her out to be something else.
I loved this narrator. I felt she did an excellent job voicing Marilyn in her trademark baby whisper. That's something that would have been missed just by simply reading the book.
I felt a since of sadness at the end of the book. I felt this would have been a great alternative to what was, but who knows? Maybe there is some truth to it!
I was skeptical when I purchased this book, but I am so glad that I did. I think this might be a book you either love or hate....and I LOVED it. Amazing.
Learning how the story was going to end. But the narrator was horrible.
Probably the last third of the book was the highlight.
No. She ruined the book for me. Her character voice of Luke was terrible!!
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