I bought this book mostly because so many reviews said it could be enjoyed by adults, but I disagree. The plot is interesting, but the delivery is full of cliches and trite teenage emotions. Almost every character except the main two are flat and obviously exist only to fulfill plot necessities.
The narrator was very good at portraying Suze, the main character. But she also had an annoying habit of speaking unnaturally slowly and deeply when performing male voices. It was eerie and distracted me from the story.
Nevertheless, the plot was intriguing enough to capture my interest so I give this book an overall average rating.
There are many reviews here already about the content, so I won't repeat them. I thoroughly enjoyed the content, even with its flaws.
Kudos to the narrator! Rarely does one person so well depict both male and female characters, good guys and bad guys. This is the first SK book that I've listened to, so I've never heard him before, but he greatly added to my experience.
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