I think this is my favorite audiobook I've every listened to. I normally have a hard time listening to audiobooks. I get distracted and have to go back and re-listen to parts of the book, or I can only listen to about 30 minutes at a time before I'm ready to do something else. Not this book. This one had me captivated and looking for opportunities to sneak in extra listening time during my day.
The Chaperone because it's a novel based on true events. And Sin in the Second City because it made me really feel for (and sometimes take the side of) the person who was probably doing the wrong thing.
Candace Thaxton's narration gave an added layer to the story. Her voices and accents for each character, especially Mary, made it easy to imagine that I was in the story.
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