Fort Worth, TX, United States | Member Since 2008
One of the best
The big reveal of the character's main motivation
Noah Galvin gave Leonard just the right amount of naivete and depth. It was enchanting
I actually pulled the car over so I could listen to the ending.
This book was thoughtful and enchanting. Leonard was so sweet and wounded I wanted to go out and hug every lost teenager I see. But that would be creepy.
Fun, Informative, Romantic
Lauren Graham drew me into the story. She did such a great job with this one, I would like to hear her narrate others.
I thoroughly enjoyed the story and I liked picturing the process of a struggling actress
David Sedaris is hilarious
no comparison Mr. Sedaris
His sense of humor and timing is priceless
Laughed out loud several times
The Narrator, Elizabeth McGovern, made the story flow and sing.
I liked how it the story shifted seamlessly from the present day to the backstory
She brought the character to life and added a dimension of hope that I wouldn't have been able to recreate on my own.
Louise. I would ask her if there was anything she would change about her rise to fame.
Great story deftly read by a fine actress
I have read all of Flynn's other books, and was intrigued by the premise of this one. The cast was impressive and the story was so good that I actually had to stop what I was doing during the final twist so that I could fully absorb the surprise.
I liked the synopsis so I used a credit on this book. The started out strong, but the main character, Rio, became whiny and I lost interest. I finished the story because I was morbidly curious. The ending was good but not quite worth the time investment.
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