Great performance, weak story. That just about sums it up and I don't have too much else to say. Perhaps, I will add that the main characters are daft and irritating, and when Angus goes off to do his own thing, the story becomes so disconnected from the story and without apparent point that I could barely pay attention to what was going on.
Not likely, unless someone recommends me one with passion.
She is an amazing narrator. The two main annoying characters were even perfectly described with annoying personification.
Most of part two.
The main two characters' character flaws are too ridiculous to feel sympathetic toward their life struggles. The story describe them to be intelligent and honorable, yet their actions are so juvenile and crass that I could not develop a healthy respect for them. The story itself could be interesting. I appreciated the twists and turns in the story but really, the characters ruined it.
The voice sounded too unnatural. Too breathy. No one speaks like that. I think if she assumed a more natural tone, she would have been very good.
Disappointment. I really wanted to like the book.
My eyes must have rolled every 3 mins. Both main characters' personality deficiency, while such flaws are necessary to connect the readers to the characters, was so unreasonably neurotic to the point of ridiculous that made the story unconvincing. Obsessive possessive control freak male can be sexy, and I'm sure that's what the author was going after, but in the case of Jesse, made him plain intolerable. I couldn't muster up a liking for the guy, and his counterpart's tolerance just ridiculous.
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