I really enjoyed this book. It may be a little vivid for some. I found it fascinating and well written. I would recomend it, especially to science minded people.
A very entertaining and satisfying story. It picks up right where the ninth book left off and it ends with love and resolution. I enjoyed it very much.
A well crafted story and well produced audio, this is the type of book that teens and parents of teens need to read. It offers a chain of events which illustrate the impact each action we take or don't take has on our communities and the individuals in it.
A long and drawn out suicide note, this story ends with a positive step forward. However, Hannah is still dead and the people who will receive her story will always carry that death with them. The people she did not share her story with will always wonder why she did what she did.
For the lessons on the impact we each have on each other the value of each life, I will share this story with my kids.
Middlesex was enjoyable to listen to. It was written poorly and narrated goofily. Yet I was drawn into the lives of the characters. It was a very campy kind of book. That's why I can say it was written poorly and still give it five stars. I am glad I bought it and listened to it.
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