This is one of the most moving, beautiful, heart-wrenching, funny books I've read in a long time. I cannot recommend it highly enough. The narrator does a great job.
No because it's just not entertaining enough.
There were many poignant scenes.
No, I had to listen a little at a time. I was engaged enough to want to finish the book, but I wasn't compelled to listen all at once. It got boring after awhile.
While I do see why this is an important book, I was disappointed overall. I loved the author as the narrator, though.
This book was very superficial. I prefer books with more depth and character development. The plot seemed very contrived.
I really think it was more the writing of the book than his performance that left much to be desired. I didn't care for the way he changed his voice to portray the female characters.
This book was slow and depressing. I kept thinking there would be a redeeming event that would save it, but alas, I was left disappointed at the end.
This "young adult" book is one that I probably would not have read in a book form, but I loved having it read to me! I like to know what kinds of books my kids are reading, and I always end up enjoying them too!
It's a good young adult story about what can happen when government tries to rule everything, including our emotions.
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