This book is even more relevant now than it was when first written.
Claire Daines is an excellent narrator.
Highly recommend this if it's been over twenty years since you last read it (like me).
The story is silly, riddled with plot holes and hard to fathom.
How are Sophie and Amy connected to Clea? Almost sister-in-laws?
Is Clea paying them for the audition tape/documentary/movie making?
Why is Clea making her own audition tape?
Why is Sophie fixing up the farm house for Clea?
What does that have to do with making a quick audition tape?
Why is the town fixated on the possibility the audition tape/movie/documentary might have porn?
Why is Phin such an asshole?
Why does Sophie even like him?
Why does he like her?
Why did I pick this book to listen to?
Either I'm stupid and a poor listener or this book isn't well-written.
I also didn't like the narrator at all. She reads too fast and didn't create enough distinction between how she read Sophie and Phin's dialogue making them almost seem to be the same person.
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