I liked the humour of this book and I enjoyed the narrators voice.
I didn't get it! Never finished listening.
Would like to have the written book instead of the audiobook so I could review the perspective on different combinations of people who I meet in my life.
It was a good story that kept my interest but I felt let down by the not quite right ending after a prolonged build up.
An interesting take on the apocolypse and the survival of "humanity"
I just loved it, couldn't put it down. I loved the ending.
I liked being able to peek into someone elses life who has a unique problem of sexual identity.
A unique idea for a novel, liked that it showed a possibility of life after death and what that could look like but I also liked the reality of life it portrayed as well.
I think she hit the nail on the head, that attachment is the basis of all relationships and the security one feels in those relationships reflects how one feels about the other person in the relationship.
I like some of Danielle Steele's books but this one was mediocre.
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