Tied for first. One of my favorite all time!
Hearing her stories from her childhood reminded me so much of my childhood. It brought back memories I had long forgotten. She is so witty and hilarious. I have since started following her blog and I am often brought to tears from laughing so hard.
I couldn't stop listening except to hit the pause button to calm my laughing before people in public thought I was crazy.
I enjoyed the story. It was light enough to keep my interest yet heavy enough to make me think.
I enjoyed the comparisons and descriptions of the enlightenment concept such as the dirt in the water glass and the painting of the goddess.
Very delightful listen. It puts you in a peaceful mood after listening to it. I purchased it for less than $5 and was very worth it.
At first I enjoyed the way the author made you have empathy for one character and then switched it, however towards the end of the book, the empathy shifted from one to the other so quickly that I disliked them both. I thought the book ended very poorly, nobody won, everyone lost.
I enjoyed the fact that you didn't know what was going to happen but the end became too shifty for me. It was too much.
No, it ended in a lose/lose situation and nothing good will come from a second book. I would not purchase it.
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