Great book, incredibly insightful. I found myself finally understanding specifically where I have gone wrong in the past with interpersonal relationships. I am in the process of listening to it a second time.
I listen to a ton of audiobooks, on average 2 a week. This book was the best for me this year. She is hillarious, but she is also hugely inspiring. There were numerous times while listening to the book that I had some major insights into my life. I highly recommend this book.
I found this book to be well written, funny, smart and insightful. It definitely made me want to try meditation and practice compassion. I might even stay up to watch Nightline, I found Dan Harris to be a very likeable, and bravely honest guy.
Longbourn was very well written, beautiful prose, compelling characters. I couldn't stop listening to it and the narrator made it that much better. I listen to a lot of books and she is one of the best narrators I have heard (as good as Davina Porter, but younger sounding). Longbourn is a must read or rather listen as the case may be.
I loved this book, it is funny, sweet, endearing and unique. The narrator was very good.
I was not impressed with this book. I didn't like that major characters were killed off in the middle of the book before their story played out. It felt like you got all involved in some character and their life and their issues and then they were just abruptly killed, which totally left you hanging. The ending also came rather abruptly as the author tried to wrap everything up neatly, into some sort of happy ending. The only problem was it wasn't a very happy ending, and the fact that the characters are happy seems odd considering their circumstances.
I did love the narrator for Nathan, he was amazing. I also liked the narrator for Miranda. The narrator for Scarlet was not so good, which is unfortunate as she reads a large portion of the book.
I love Sophie kinsella so I was excited about this book. Overall, it is very entertaining. The narrators were amazing! I still liked "can you keep a secret" better, but this was a fun book.
I liked this book, except for a few slow parts in the middle. I thought it ended well. The narrator was good.
Cute and funny, but it didn't blow me away. I liked it fine, but it wasn't the kind of book that you can't put down.
I found this book got a little boring at times, I really could have taken a little more drama. There was a long period of time when Kierra and Kellan's relationship is described, but it was just everyday stuff. I found myself really waiting for something (anything) to happen. I just loved the first book, but this book was a bit of a yawner for me.
It started a little slow for me, but it picked up speed shortly. The narrator was okay, not great. Overall, it was a light hearted fun read.
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