Yes, I felt as if I was living her life and constantly wondering about everyone that came into her life. I felt her terror and waited in suspense with her ont he other side of her door.
The personality behind the words, the life that was ripped from the woman can be heard instead of just read. And once some words are said, they can never be taken away. I felt her pain and understood her complications and truly could see how you could become the person she was.
I understood how broken a person could become after the worst things that could be done to another human were done to her, and knowing that you still have to play the game with your tormentor...so when he beat her and she had to comfort him afterwards...it hit home.
The ENDING! It's the worst ending ever!
Again the ending, how can you have a book so intricately woven with details, and twists, and then have it end that way! Horrible!
Nothing, they performed very well
Yes, again the ending is horrible
Three words could never do this book justice, but I will try. Enchanting, mesmerizing, beautiful!
I loved everything about this story. The way you are given so much detail that you feel as if you can taste the food, smell the smells in the bottles, see the ink spread across the walls into sonnets...This book must be read to be fully grasped, it would be the same as telling a woman that she will love her child more than anything else once it's born. She would not truly understand until she has experienced that for herself, well this book can not be understood or done justice until you have read/listened to it for yourself!
I have not heard him before.
An enchanting world of imagination and magic that become a tangible reality and love
How it tapped into the reality of teenage life and reality of their emotions and how they cope.
I haven't found one like it yet.
I didn't have an extreme reaction to it, I just was able to relate to the teenage emotions. It made me remember the hurt and pain that can come from teenage years and how it could seem so impossible at that time.
This is a truly thought provoking book, making the reader/listener absorb themselves in all the gray areas that exist in a seemingly very black and white matter. You find yourself understanding and feelign for each person and soemtimes not wanting to or wanting to admit it. And even with the twists and turns you are still holding to your seat, unwilling to let go and give up on what may happen and desperately needing to know what happens.
Finding the ability to identify with both Jordan and Josie, Lacey and Alex at the same time.
Peter, I would like to have shown him that not everyone in the world is bad, some of us care, and even he too can make it through. I would like for him to have seen a true friend, felt warmth, seen that those qualities that he was judged on by kids, were what make him a truly remarkable person.
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