The book had humor, it was smart and kept me interested. I would read/listen to another by this author if she had one.
The humor of the book reminds me of the characters in a Mary Kay Andrews novel. The women were smart, sharp and independent, but had a soft side.
The twist of the scene on the campus with the fire. It was totally unexpected- great tie in
Unfortunately I don't have the time to listen a book in one sitting, but if I could, this one would have been worth it.
I personally would not recommend.
It was the narrator that didn't work for me. The voice was annoying and it literally sounded like she was reading. She didn't engage me in the story at all....it was very painful to listen to and I would not listen to it again. I was very disappointed.
The women that reads the character of Sophie Katz
The story might have been good, but I couldn't get past the voice of the narrator. I wanted finish it since I had purchased it.
Yes, I would listen to it again. There are items that I probably missed that I would pick up the second time around.
Her voice is conversational, very easy to listen and follow
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