I was under the impression that this was an uplifting book about someone journeying within, as well as on foot, who meets interesting people along the way that provide insight for him (not so much) along his path. In reality it is the most depressing story with a horrible twist. As someone who escapes into books to feel better, this was a disaster.
versatile, realistic, good timing
As a mother of a troubled child, this upset me quite a lot. I think there should be a warning of some sort.
I'm not sure I can finish listening to this book.
The narrator sounds like a hysterical 9 year old, not like a woman who would be working as a spy. You can never tell when she finishes a sentence. There is little intonation, unless she is squealing.
I enjoyed the first book in this series very much. I am extremely disappointed in the seconds narration.
I'd say pre-teens to teens. I was looking for something light and easy to take my mind off life for a few hours during a long drive. I wasn't looking for a silly heroine or a novel written for teens. The narrator channeled her 13 year old self, frequently using vocal expression not suitable for the dialogue. The story itself was riddled with cliches.
Disappointment. I was a seriously poor performance. It's hard to know if the book would have been better had I read it myself, instead of listening to it.
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