Most of the passages make no sense. If the characters were supposed to have a resemblance of real people, with real reactions to real life, the author failed miserably. It seems like the author just put some "whatever" together to have an excuse to describe sex encounters. At least that part was interesting. The narrator could have done better also. I could not listen past the first 20 minutes.
It was painful to hear Anne Flosnik on this one. Dumb caracters, bad timing, terrible story.
One of those books that makes you even want to have laundry to do just to give you an excuse to listen while you work. Justine Eyre is a great narrator and, again, makes you think you are listening to a full cast performance. Lily and Eberlin made me fall in love with their love.
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