Another great book in the Stephanie Plumb series. Janet always delivers a great story in this series. The stories are funny and intrigueing and bring me back to my teenage years as I grew up in this area of New Jersey. The narrator is wonderful too.
Everything! I like that it included all the normal quirkiness of Stephanie and her drama filled life.
I found it amusing that Grandma Bella put that 'vordo' spell on her and then later took the spell off of her - never expected Grandma Bella to be nice to her.
I did not have an extreme reaction to the book but I did laugh A LOT.
Looking forward to more books in this series.
Gone Girl is probably in the top 25 of the books I've listened to and I've listened to several hundred books.
I thoroughly enjoyed both narrators. They had great inflection and I really felt like I was part of the story.
Everything! I have enjoyed all of the Stephanie Plumb books. Maybe because I grew up in the area where the books are based and it "takes me back".
I did not read the print version - I'm an audio addict as I listen on my commute.
I liked how Avery handled her mother when she returned.
I laughed a lot during the boy - the dynamic between the main characters is funny but I was also saddened a time or two.
Yes. It was a good book. As always, Nora did not let me down.
The narrator was good. Love the way each person had their own personality.
It took me a couple of days to get through becuase of the time I had available to me to read but I could've read it all at once if I had the time. I moved right into the second one and now the third one in the trilogy.
I was glad to see it was narrated by the same reader. The story line remained captivating.
The story moved in a good direction and had lots of twists to it.
Jill reads well . She has great inflection and brings the characters to life.
The book was awesome - I enjoyed the first one too and am devastated that the third one is delated until 2013!!!
I loved everything about this book! The narrators were awesome. I loved how it told the story of each of the main characters in a different voice. Made me feel like I was there in that era.
The way they went back and forth between each of the characters on each main topic/event in the story and told it from each of those seperate characters.
It's tough to choose! I really enjoyed Abaleine, Minnie and Ms. Skeeter.
I think the moment that moved me the most was towards the end when Abaleine presented Ms. Skeeter w/the book that was signed by all the folks that were involved in the book and with the church. It was touching.
I didn't read the print version - I am an avid book listener and do not read books in print - the audio helps kill my commute time.
It was a great story line. Some of the most memorable moments was Ava telling Gideon about her past and how he handled it. And how he's learning how to open up for the first time in his life.
I don't think I've listened to her before.
Complicated lives make for great sex.
I am addicted to Fifty Shades....this....was even better! I am wanting impatiently for the second book to come out!!!
Yes I would listen to it again. It had me totally involved and captured. I loved the characters and the story line.
I can't think of one to compare it to currently.
Yes, Becca is great.
Hot, Erotic, Thrilling!
This was a fantastic series! I hope the author gives us MORE!
This book was AWESOME, EROTIC, and well written.
Ana...she was funny and innocent and naughty.
She's always great!
When Chistian opened up to Ana about Elena.
I hope this author writes MORE!!!!
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