Sentences like this is typical for the book; "The house smelled like her. Fresh strawberries. Sweet. Heady." You know already from the first chapter what will happen between the two.
This book made me roll my eyes again and again. It's predictable and, in lack of a better word; childish.
Imagine my disappointment when the book turned into religous propaganda at the last part.
I loved the book and Cupcake the first 14 hours (or thereabout), but then the last 7 hours she tried to convince me it was god who saved her.
Why would a person go through all this and at the end be thanking god? I truly do not understand it.
Would have gotten a five star all the way without the religious crap.
Audible: You need to let people know about the religious content in the description of the book. I'm an atheist, and I have wasted a LOT of money in here on books who turned out to be filled with god this and god that.
This book made me cry so hard several times.
Narration's exceptionally good.
In my humble opinion a masterpiece.
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