Garth Stein is always Real and doesn't hold back. He keeps my interest and paints a picture of modern real life.
John Grisham still has what it takes to grab me at the first page and keep my attention. I have never been disappointed with anything he has written. This book stands well next to the Bretheren, and the Client.
The Narrator was enthralling.
It made me laugh and cry.
I became a part of the family from the first page.
A little more plot
Long boring repetitive story geared toward teenage girls.
She did the best she could with what she had to work with
A little less repetitiveness about the teenage crush idea
Let the reader know the age of the audience the book is targeting
right up there
I love a good classic, often off colored like Poe. It's nice for me to get lost in an afternoon with something different.
Vincent Price brings the story to life. His voice makes the whole experience.
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