It was fun to hear the story on my iPod. I could do other things and hear my story too.
I read and saw the Wimpy Kid movie, so I already knew about it.
High, no doubt. The subtle change in the feel of the story as the authors change is wonderful.
Nothing I've heard or read to date.
He is a marvel. His "females" are done expertly. Not easily accomplished without becoming silly or absurd, he's a master narrator.
Same as my headline "Just when you knew..YOU DIDN'T"
Couldn't help wonder how much the authors deliberately and in good humor took their sections totally off in another direction of the previous one just for the hell of it LOL, it all worked beautifully.
The main character kept being attended to by every handsome man in the book. This happened to the point of silly.
The main character came across as a sexually active virgin at the age of 24. Goody two shoes to the point of spineless. There was so much potential for this to be thoroughly entertaining but it kept insisting on failure. Found myself actually yelling at the audio "you've got to be kidding me!".
The narrator did her job with what she had. She had to have had a difficult time getting into characters that just didn't seem real enough to become absorbing.
No. As a fan of M.C. Beaton, I found this book surprisingly disappointing.
As you listen, you are unaware how enthralled you are until you have to stop to do something else.
Wouldn't compare this work to any other, it's unique in style and pace.
Absolutely loved Mr. Cosham's performance, may have picked up some french due to him.
The last few chapters were remarkable. Just when you think you've got it all worked out, you're wrong. The ending is powerful and unexpected, that's all I'll say about it.
Looking forward to seeing her work transformed to the screen, especially with Nathaniel Parker selected to star.
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