I never read the print version, but I really liked the child-like voice that read the audio version.
Jack, I just love how he thinks and sees things. We get to understand the story through his 5-year-old eyes.
At first I thought the child's voice reading the book would be annoying, but I quickly grew to love it. It really gives the book a lot more character than I think you'd find in the print version.
The escape and how brave Jack was.
I usually like suspenseful murder mysteries and while this book has a few suspenseful moments, it's not my usual read. With that said it was nice to have a more laid back story for a little break. It's cleverly written and there are some funny parts. It wasn't predictable in that I didn't guess who the killer was. Overall, it kept me entertained which is the point.
When Cherry is found in the chocolate fountain...pun intended!
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