I was awfully entertained by this story, but the narrator made it all the more enjoyable.
Well, by all means, download this book if you are into stories about a 12th century version of an insecure teenager. About the time I rolled my eyes for the 15th time, I decided I couldn't take it anymore and deleted. With anger! Now, normally I would ignore a review by someone who hasn't at least listened to the whole book, but I found myself compelled to save someone the trouble and write a review despite breaking my own rule. Maybe it got better, but I literally couldn't stick around to find out. The main character of the book is in the runnning to become the most annoying female character of all time. It's as if the author couldn't abide writing a character that reflected the time the story was set in and tried to put modern female traits and opinions into Jamie,...the dumb overwraught teenager and lead female character. I can pretty much read or listen to anything, but I guess I have my limits. Like this author.
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