This book was a quick read, and a really fun story. Would work well for a variety of age groups.
This book was like being in a really interesting psychology of sex class. It was very research based, but overall interesting and illuminating.
Interesting enough concept (Sherlock Holmes mentoring feisty teenage girl) but the story just wasn't as compelling or gripping as I was hoping.
Interesting dystopia story (disease, food controlled by corrupt government, "windup" people and creatures), but I never really got into it. Some graphic scenes were hard to listen to.
I listened to this somewhat reluctantly, but LOVED it. He is hilarious and poignant, and the whole book is incredibly touching.
Similar to Who Moved My Cheese -- good overall message, but I'm not sure how much I really got out of it.
Very quick read with an overall very effective message about the importance of being someone who adapts to change. Major take home quote "What would I do if I wasn't afraid?" I liked hearing the interview with the author at the end as well.
This was a sweet story, but it was a bit slow. Worked fine as an audiobook.
This works fine as an audiobook, but the story was a downer and it was hard to feel connected to the characters.
This story was a little slow at times, but was overall quite good. The readers absolutely made this for me though, they were wonderful!
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