I like both but I find myself referring to the audio version because most of the time that I have to think and ponder these sorts of issues is while I'm traveling and in the car.
What would you do if you weren't afraid?
Definitely. Though I don't recommend it. Smaller doses help you to really think about and absorb some of the pretty serious concepts that this book addresses.
We all know that equality isn't complete. How we approach trying to make it so is, IMHO, a large part of the reason it is not. This fresh perspective on using all of the aspects of the feminine to positive means instead of letting anger, frustration and validly unfair situations cause us to sit back and whine while doing nothing when we should be leaning in is so perfectly timed. It is time.
I love that it was read by Sherman. I am an avid fan and love his vocal style.
Yes. It was funny, terribly sad - that same emotional rollercoaster that makes his work what it is but uniquely different from his other writings so that you FEEL that you are on a different journey.
This book was so poorly written - felt like a prompt style writing with plug in attributes. The historical content was so boring I fell asleep and I love historical fiction. The gratuitous aggressive sex scenes might have been appropriate if they clearly related to the story but they seemed to be there for shock factor and I found that insulting. I have nothing against a good raunchy read or a scene that is injected in a story to reveal or shock but even these scenes were utterly lacking in anything I could imagine to be interesting. I had to fight off sleep through most of the book. Boring!
No way. A bad book doesn't make a bad genre. That would just be silly
No but I did not have an issue with the reader. How can you blame a reader for a terrible read?
Most of them.
Yes. For too many reasons to list. Just do it.
I hated them all. They made me want to scream. But I couldn't put them down - which made me also want to scream.
Voices were dead on perfect and the emotion (or lack of) was perfectly conveyed in their reading.
Who knows, I was on the edge of my seat having fits of rage and panic.
I wanted to not like this book. I'm not a trendjumping sort of reader and that is probably stupid. It is the reason I didn't start reading Harry Potter until the 3rd book which I feel silly about, now, but it seemed reasonable at the time. Everyone has been talking about Gone Girl. Gone Girl this, Gone Girl that. I felt certain it was at least partly hype. I was so wrong. I really couldn't put it down.
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