It had some genuinely hilarious parts.
Yes it did.
It gets indulgent about halfway through. Plot development/anecdotal story starts to drag.
It was believable and showed the true character of families and people.
When Letty realizes why the money was left to her...
He reads well and doesn't sound like he is reading or over acting the read. Pleasant tone and very good at the pauses.
Is redemption possible?
Yes, especially if they like Jane Austin style books. This one seemed to have all of the elements except the major betrayal of the protagonist.
The headmistress; because she is torn between feeling and disciplining. She understands the conundrum of being too easy and being too hard...
The scene when Sarah sneaks into the new houseboys backpack.
No- it wasn't that engaging.
A person who is not into character development, a person who likes a stagnant or missing plot, and someone who is patient enough to listen to ten minutes of description and one minute of dialogue.
The snails pace. Slow can be good in a story if there is an element which entertains the reader. This was lacking any magical element.
I can't say there is Ny scene that is my favorite.
Frustration- it had some potential but it fizzles badly.
The story is pointless and I wasn't really sure of the plot. It dragged on mercilessly for over eight hours. I thought the grandma was hilarious but she really was a foil character and the other people seemed disingenuous and Whitney.
It was rated so high,y and compared to "The Chaperone". This story is a biography that is a complete fabrication of life in New York. It was unbelievable and didn't have any authentic description or detail.
Yes- she read like the story was a boring essay. She tried the accents but even those were mediocre.
None- no feelings at all!,,
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