I was thoroughly entertained for hours listening to this narration of the book. The narrator did a good job of accents and characters and the plot was complex enough to keep you listening. I hated having to fill up with gas and pause the book at stops along the way.
I liked the narrators and the voices seemed to be suitable for the characters. The book did get a bit wordy without substance several times...like it was trying to teach the reader instead of inform the reader but overall great story
I have a better understanding of search engines as a secondary benefit of reading a fiction.
The author has a few story lines and leaves you at the end of "Book One" not having a clue how they interrelate. I am beginning to detest publishers demands of trilogies instead of a good long novel.
I think the author wanted the main character to be endearing...but I found I could not like her nor feel sorry for her. I almost quit listening several times. The narrator made it seem like you were listening to Sex in the City reruns
Have to admit that some of the Honey cards where quite witty
The narrator does a great job of reading this novel and keeping the listener focused on the story and feeling the emotion presented.
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