It is one of my very favorite, both narrators are fantastic and the storytelling is great. The way the story unravels and the two parts fit together is makes it very interesting. I stayed up late and woke up early to finish it.
The Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society, because it is a story of WW2 told differently, more of a character study, and despite the tragic conditions there is humor and warmth.
I love the stories of Maddie & Julia's developing friendship, when they ride bikes into the countryside, and their adventures at the airbase before their mission.
The name is perfect!
While this is classified as a YA novel, as an adult I loved it. I highly recommend it!
I might give Aaron Stanford another chance, but I find Emma Galvin's voice annoying. Probably not Veronica Roth.
The first was great and then it just went downhill. She came up with this interesting premise in the first novel and just couldn't support it with the backstory and it's fallen apart.
Less whiny on the part of Emma Galvin
Disappointment, Boredom, The pace was slow, the characters immature.
It began to be so unbelievable that these two teens are the center of everything. Also I cannot stand the word abnegation. I never want to hear it again. I skipped about 15 chapters in the middle. Skip to chapter 49 and you'll get the whole dramatic climax and twist (and the ridiculously short wrap-up).
I can't understand why this still has such a high rating on audible.
Sam & Meredith's conversations, yoga love scene
Sam of course
Great writing, interesting premise, but this is a full box of kleenex novel!
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