Philadelphia, PA, United States | Member Since 2009
Wow, this was a good one! Great pacing, good action, funny and just enough passion. It really made me think, too. What does a person sacrifice to
No spoiler..but by the middle or at least 3/4s of the way in its pretty obvious. But its still fun to see how far down she's gonna take them.
No one favorite scene. But I could really sympathize with Evia the night she sent Adam to Sasha. That was tough.
I would take both Adam and Evia out, to give them both a wake-up smack. lol
Just get this book. It had a spiritual message without being the least bit preacy. And a great storyline that had me shaking my head and laughing out loud.
I would definitely recommend it! I only for the very twisted ending
No, this is my first.
Stock up on canned meat!!
This story left me reeling. You just don't know who to trust, or how far someone will go to fulfill a social experiment.
Eh, I'm not sure. the stories were well written, but it just didn't do it for me.
Like a said, this were good stories, just not what I was looking for.
This was a series of short stories, so there was not one particular character that stood out.
As you can probably tell, I'm kind of ambivalent about this audio. Please, do not let that reflect the quality of the stories. The stories ranged from quirky to disturbing. But, it just wasn't what I was looking for at the time.
I had just read a book by Libba Bray "Beauty Queens" which had me rolling with it's biting humor. And I was looking for something like that. Which this was Not. But in and of itself it was a good book.
We do listen almost weekly. My son (age 9) surprisingly loves it. Its a great little story.
Great story. Nothing offensive. Humphrey the hamster really enjoys learning with the children in his class. and has adventures, too.
I personally enjoyed how Humphrey goes home with each child including the teacher and we get a glimpse as teachers as real people. Something young kids don't really think about.
Yes, the story keeps moving smoothly.
No, just that this is a first of many for my family.
My 9 year old son definitely would!! He LOVED it! What's not to love? Farting, diareah and Zombies! Everything a growing boy needs.
This is our first, I don't know if I can handle another.
He was cute, he sounded like Erkel. haha
I think this title says it all.
As you can probably figure out, this book wasn't for me. But young pre-teen boys will love it.
I'm not sure. the story was ridiculous in the extreme. It had my head spinning. It lost my son's (age 9) attention. But I enjoyed it.
Very strange story. It had no rhyme or reason. Not really disappointing so much as just non- sensical.
No particular scene. Kate Winslet just took the whole experience to the next level. I think I may have given up were it not for her reading Loved her!!
It did make me laugh because it was SO crazy!
No, but I will definitely look out for more books read by Kate.
This was a pretty good story. Short and sweet. a female version of A Christmas Carol.
I just loved the overall feeling of suspense. And it just grows and grows. I had to turn my IPod off a few times because of the building tension.
I think the female lead. I was easy to sympathise with her plight. and I thought, "what would I do if I were in her shoes?"
I did not personally "read" the book. But I think Lorna Raver id a great job. she represented all characters very well.
I couldn't. like I said. The elevating tension was too much for me!
no, just this was a great book. And listen with the lights on!
I liked everyting about the book. It was part history, part mystery and part love story.
I can't think of any book off hand that's quite like this one. At least not in the African American genre. Nothing that gives the reader so many different angles.
I liked the narrator. He spoke clearly and concisely. he almost over ennuciated his words. but that's ok. I'd rather have that than slurring his words.
I'm not sure. But I could definately see this as a film.
This is a author and a story-line I will definately follow.
I really wanted to like this book. I Really did. I've looked for another story by this author after reading "A drowned maiden's tale". I Loved that book. It hooked me from page one. So I was ready for more.
Was that a fluke, or this book a glitch? I Don't know.
All I know was that this book was really overwrought. So heavy handed. And after hours of listening and re-winding, I still don't know what the heck, is going on!
From flashes of a "witch" to a demonic puppet-master, to a lonely girl who lost here siblings to a terrible food poisoning. This story was all over the place. I just gave up.
Better luck next time. I still haven't given up on Schultz.
A very Short, but sweet love story.
Alex served with Jasalyn's brother in Iraq. He returns physically intact, but with PSDS. She picks him up at the airport, there's instant chemistry. But due to his emotional state, and the fact that his father is a blatant bigot, he's hesitant to pursue her.
I must have blinked. But I have no idea how everything was OVERCOME but they fall in love and get married. the End.
Oh Well. I never like to give the whole story away. But for $2.99 you ether will buy it or you won't. It's basically a pleasant time waster.
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