I was very much invested in the characters I was listening to. The combination of the writing and the narration was a very nice combination. I was able to forget that I was listening to a book and just listen.
I like turning points, and there were a few in this book. Big character revelations and growth was almost a motto here, and I enjoy some well written drama.
I really enjoyed everyone in this novel. The narrator was very good at character distinction.
No, but I'm a busy gal so I wouldn't do that with any book. I can read faster than I can listen, and listening is a completely different experience.
Yes. This was like watching a great rom-com. Fun, forgettable, and very entertaining. I would listen again because the writing and the narration was simple fun! Nothing heavy here .
I love angst, and these characters had some very minor heart wrenching that I enjoyed.
I always love the protagonists best. I honestly didn't love her voice for Simon, but I still enjoyed the read.
I haven't read the print version but I love hearing accents as they are meant to be spoken, and I think the narrator did an excellent Scottish brogue!
I liked the character buildup.
The protagonist, Joss, was the best, because she was snarky and sassy and vulnerable all in one, but I loved the Scottish crew as well, because she was very good at the accent.
Not really, I love the romance but was frustrated by the main character. I was, however, appreciative that she also recognized her stupidity, which made her a bit more palatable for me.
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