Interesting enough for me to keep listening, but the story ended a bit abruptly for me - and the narrator really wasn't my cup of tea. Too breathy and sounded far too old for most of the characters he narrated.
Yes - I loved the premise and the overall storyline. I found myself wondering what I might "forget" if put in a similar situation. My only complaint is that the ending seemed a bit too rushed/contrived - I was left wanting a bit more.
As Alice regains her memories, it's heartbreaking to watch her forget the joy she experienced during the time of her head injury. How quickly those simple pleasures and loving moments are cast aside for the standard resentments and anger.
When Alice, Nick and Madison see the humpback whales - it's a time where they all forget their respective issues and anger, and just enjoy being together.
Worth the listen!
Don't assume anything.
Though the story is fairly simple, it shows the dangers of rumors and conjecture in a small community. We've probably all been in situations where someone unfairly judged us, or our kids. This book shows that the consequences of such behavior can be far reaching.
My first time with Caroline Lee, but I enjoyed her narration and will seek her out again.
The characters were interesting. Strike seems like a character I would want to know more about.
Not really. It was a bit slow at times and made it hard for me to want to keep listening.
Cormoran Strike - he was a great craggy detective.
I may listen to the second book just to see where the characters go, but I hope the story develops faster than this one did.
I think I would love Rowell's style no matter who narrated her books, but Rebecca Lowman is such a great complement to her work. The premise of this book is a little far fetched but ultimately, it's about remembering why you fell in love with someone and fighting to get back to the magical days of a blossoming relationship. I hope Rainbow Rowell will continue to write adult books - though I'm also crazy about her YA books!
Good book in line with Mcmillan's usual style. Enjoyed the characters and their various paths, but found the narration odd at times - it seemed like there was a different woman narrating at the beginning, but she dropped off partway through?
Haven't read the print edition but I can assume Will Patton's narration adds a new level of suspense to the story.
Brady Hartsfield - a disgusting, disturbed and all-too-realistic villain.
He brings a variety of characters to life with chilling, suspenseful results.
Holly - to see what's really going on in her head.
This book terrified me because it could actually happen! Even scarier than some of King's more fantastical works.
Yes. The story instantly pulled me in and I absolutely loved the main narrator. Her voice added so much emtotion to the story - joy, pain, love and sadness.
Louisa. It was wonderful to see her evolve as the story progressed. Though she matured, she never lost the quirky characteristics that made her a wonderful character to get to know.
No, but I intend to!
When Louisa and Will bit the dance floor at the wedding - it was a turning point for them both, and a great lesson in how to live without being worried what others think.
This book will make you laugh, cry, and question how you'd react if faced with a similar situation. The story is only improved by the fantastic narration. A+++!
It's definitely in the top 10. What first seemed like a fairly predictable plot kept me guessing until the end. I loved the tie-in to The Shining, but this was certainly a story all its own.
It had a creepy, fantasy element without being a pure horror book (which are often too scary for me!). I like seeing Stephen King stretch his writing chops beyond what many people probably expect from him.
This book is full of diverse characters, and his narration distinguishes them all.
Yes - I couldn't figure out where the story would go next!
A great listen even if you did not listen to or read The Shining.
I loved Rainbow Rowell's first book and am also a big fan of Rebecca Lowman, so this book was a double whammy for me. Rowell is so skilled at writing about young love without sounding too angsty. I loved the characters and various story lines in this book. My only gripe is that the ending was a bit rushed - I would have loved to know more about each character's path and outcomes.
I haven't read Terry McMillan in a while and I am glad I picked this up.it was an engaging story about complicated family relationships. The narration was great, for the most part - I adored Phylicia Rashad, though I have to add that I didn't love Terry McMillan as a narrator.
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