Funny, smart, Kinsella!
The storyline, the main character. Kinsella's heroines are always sweet and funny and bring themselves in all kinds of trouble because of little white lies.
The singing for the Japanese bussinessman
I really was sad when it ended because I had such a good time.
I don't know, I can't imgaine anyone who would enjoy dialogues with: I said, she said, he said at the end of every sentence.
The way the dialogues are written
I couldn't listen any further so I wouldn't know.
I stoped reading but I think the story line could be fun.
I would not because it is for teens and not for grownups but that does not bother me, a good fun story is a good fun story buy my friends would not be interested in this.
It was fun to read, light but not superficial
She did the voices well
In the middle
Magnolia she is sassy
Magnolia's ex husband
Liked it, did read some really bad reviews, but I had a good time reading it
Yes, it's very interesting
The main character.
He is the beste reader I know. He brings so much emotion in his reading
It was not clear why the main character was considered a boy by his father and by the school that was attended.
A story to tell.
Would not matter, it's a boring story whoever reads it
The main character
Sorry to have spend my credit on this one
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