Aside from being rather boring the dialogue given to the 4 year old child was ridiculous. It sounded more like a 10 year old kid.
I'll start by saying that I love Judith Martin! Her razor sharp assessment and response to each situation is as pointed and entertaining as ever. Ironically, this audiobook about professionalism isn't done very professionally. I love the narrator as well, but she rereads parts that she obviously expected to be edited out and weren't. At first I thought I was inadvertently pressing the rewind button. Once I figured out what was actually going on it was somewhat amusing, but I am surprised the book slipped past the editors and was published in this form. Not to worry though, it was still worth the credit.
I really enjoyed this book! I am very much looking forward to the rest of the series. Write quickly Janet and Lee!
Great teaser! These characters have such great potential and I hope this turns into a series.
There were too many characters to keep straight. Maybe that says more about me than the book. Hmmmmmm..... By the last two hours I didn't really care how it ended.
What am I missing? I am 3 1/2 hours into the book and NOTHING HAS HAPPENED. I think I'll stop and watch paint dry instead.
I kept waiting for the big twist at the end but, alas, it never came. Even an unplausible ending would have been better than nothing.
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