This is easily one of the best books I have listened too. In a word this work is BRILLIANT! What Ms. Mathis does with language and imagery awes me at every step. The structure, the style, the prose - all perfection.
This is worth listening to. It's a good story about corruption on Wall St. The only thing I found difficult is when the narrator does the women's voices, they are all screeching. I've had to turn the volume down on my headphones so it wouldn't pierce my eardrums. He should've either read the female voices in his own voice or work on his lady acting.
This book was offensive. It is by and about a woman who thinks it's charming to be rich, spoiled, selfish and helpless. I couldn't believe the reviews were good. I suspect they were written by the protagonist herself. I thought it was going to be a cute, witty chick book because I love reading light stuff but found myself compelled after listing to most of it taking to the audible review section to warn you about this awful book. That the protagonist thinks she is charming is like a punch in the gut every time she tries to make a joke. It's snobby and sexist. I can't imagine a worse chick novel.
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