Couldn't even listen past the first few minutes. Never heard a worse narrator. Waste of money and time.
I enjoyed this simple, sweet story about the journey of a family where the husband/father has been injured by ... well, I won't spoil it. Many things recommend it, from the obvious deep love to the struggle to accept the coma and its possible consequences to the unexpected relationships and their individual intricacies. But, I almost quit during the first chapter due to the staccato-ish valley girl reading by Tanya Eby. It got lots better after a while, though she slipped back into it now and again. I've listened to lots of Tanya Eby and enjoyed her, but where did she get the inspiration for the characterizations for this one!
What a self-important book by a mediocre pretty-boy actor. Who cares! Sorry I wasted my time and one credit on this.
I was a little surprised when I started listening to this book. I didn't expect the narrator's fun southern take on the character. This is not typical Linda Howard. Not a lot of substance or suspense, but a no brainer (didn't require lots of thinking) kind of book. Good for relaxing and kicking back. The narration was perfect, in my opinion. Fit the character of Blair to a T.
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