The author did a good job of taking you into this boy's life.
The pinnacle moment at the end of the story--can't give it away!
He became "the Beast". He sunk into the character.
No, no extreme reaction. It was fine, but nothing very special.
I probably wouldn't listen to it again, but I enjoyed it the first time!
When the boy and girl discover Facebook for the first time.
They were likeable. They were vulnerable.
There were a couple of parts that make me chuckle.
It was a clever plot for a novel.
I liked that I was kept surprised. I couldn't anticipate the next step.
I didn't really have a favorite scene. I just liked walking through the story with the main character.
The Tapes Tell the Tale
I would try another book from this author.
Yes. It was a cute story.
Not that I know of.
Not really. I think the story was told fine in one novel.
Funny, mystery, feel-good
The spells that hit the "bad guys" were all funny!
She did a great job as Lizzy. Very dry and funny, just like the character.
I would have if I had the time!
Janet Evanovich is always funny, original and a joy to read! Love her!
I prefer the audio version of memoirs. Mindy Kaling did not disappoint! Great to hear her story in her own words.
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