How many times they said her name "Genevieve." Good Lord, ok I get it, it's French. I feel like we couldn't go 2 lines without her name being said and them telling us how to say it right. Goodness. I understand the book was about her but we didn't find out who she was until the very end of the book. It was more about her nameless husband and his selfishness.
He could have revealed more about who she was throughout the book. I liked the bomb he dropped at the end but we should have heard more of what Genevieve went through. Her transformation from Lakeshia to Genevieve. More about what her grandmother did to her. What stuff did she put in her? More about what happened when she ran away. What happened when she saw her father murder her mother? The whole book was about her husband complaining about her and his thirst for sex.
Overall, not his best. The story had potential but got drowned out by her freaky husband.
The ending. There was so much that didn't make any sense. I think the author was either at a loss on how to end this book or was pressed for time and had to end it because the ending sucked.
The plot did keep my attention. It was an interesting story until the end.
He was good. I just liked him.
Yes, until the end...then I was mad.
I'm not sure if I can recommend this book. I was really upset how it ended. It was like a different person wrote the last few hours.
I didn't read the print version. I loved the narrator. She was amazing.
Augustus. He was so kind, Funny, Strong, Loving, Awesome.
When they egged the car.
I can't get over this book. I cried and literally laughed out loud! Over and over. I have a book hang over from this book.
I stayed interested the entire time and ever lost my attention. I like Danny and listening to all that he went through in his life. I loved his connection with Abra. Momo was awesome. Rose was something else.
He was amazing. I made each character have a personality of their own. I would listen to this again.
Those nice RV driving people aren't always who you think they are...
This was my first Stephen King novel. I have listen to his short stories or seen the movies that were adapted from his books. But wow, this was worth it and I am now hooked. He is an amazing story teller. I was not scared from this book. It was creepy.
It was an interesting story for a "church" book. I liked Gabrielle and her strength. I didn't care so much how it ended with Paris doing what she was trying to do.
No, she needed a little work...a little more practice
He's awesome. He does his thing.
The crazy man who kidnapped Breeze.
So many things don't make sense. Like it was 6 months later and Breeze is just now waking up in the man's house. What was she doing for 6 months? Was she in a coma? What? Why wasn't the Grandfather who was the actual Cartel the main character in the book? It was bad.
No - Ashley and Jaquavis and yes for Cary Hite
No, I could not finish #2 and I would not recommend this series because of it.
No, they should have rapped it up in this one. It just didn't need one.
NO more Ashley & JaQuavis, yes for Cary Hite.
Liberty falling in love with Rocko. I mean really? And not seeing what Dahlia was up to. How does this girl not know how to read people after all this time? How?
Yes and he is amazing. His performance was great, the content was bad.
Pure sadness that I wasted a credit.
Honestly I don't know...
I felt like they just got lazy. At times they literally copy and pasted they exact word for word chapters from the previous book.
Rocko - he needed his own book.
Anger, I was angry how stupid Liberty could be. After all she has gone through in life and the girl just don't learn from her mistakes. You would think she was be up on game but nope.
It doesn't rank. I am reviewing this after listening to all 3. It was not a book that should have been made into a trilogy. It was a good start.
Most interesting: How the 2 had such different lives once they separated. Least interesting - the use of the word "Ma" Goodness, do they know any other terms of endearment for a woman? Like: Honey, beautiful, baby, shorty, something other than "ma" every 5 seconds.
He was wonderful. He did a great job with the accents.
I think this book should have and could have been raped up without making it a trilogy.
I don't have a comparison. But it does remind me of something Carl Weber might have written.
Ezra Knight made the story come alive. I felt Terri, I felt Genesis, I felt Phyllis and her husband. He made the characters and the story memorable.
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