Ms. Choo did the narration for her book and it was useful to hear her pronounce many of the Chinese names.
Li Lan trapped in her own dream world.
Understanding how the title connects to the plot.
Jiko showing Nao about superpower.
I enjoyed how the author performs the French character, Benoit, in the story. My least favorite character was Ruth--she whined way too much.
I enjoyed just about every single word in this book. It's heart warming, moving, funny. The characters sound like real life kids. The references to pop culture also lend to making this book quite unique. I even love the art on the book jacket which was what first drew me to this book.
Auggie's fifth grade weekend outdoor trip-- now that was a good scene.
I loved Jack's narration the most. His Brooklyn accent fit his character.
This book made me laugh and cry, sometimes at the same time.
Every middle school child should read this. Had I read this at 12, it would've had a deep effect on me.
This was my first time reading Animal Farm and I must say with the narration, it made for a memorable read. I enjoyed narration parts of Boxer, Squealed, and Napoleon.
I loved the narration part for mighty Boxer, the most.
My favorite moments from the audio were the chanting of the animals and the various anthems they came up with.
Great book for readers into sports, science, and business.
This book cannot be compared to no other.
Narrator was a bit robotic at times. However, he made the parts with lots of medical terminology easier to get through.
The audio narration added to the story, especially that of Magic Gourd.
Favorite scene is when Magic Gourd sticks up and tries to protect Violet as she is beaten by Perpetual.
not for the weak
If the narrator sounded less like a robot and more human, even his words ran together.
Monotonous dull performance by the narrator made it distracting to read along with.
The plot is great and lots of historical information on Pablo Escobar
The "I said, he said" started to get too redundant and annoyed my reading.
Campbell finding out Helga's true identity.
mostly too slow and monotonous.
Fine the way it is.
Research well done
It is hard to compare Fever to another book as it is uniquely its own story.
Anna Firth killing the pig and distributing it to her neighbors.
It was kind of annoying how the audio version and the text did not match up. Even more odd is that the narrator is also the author, so I am puzzled why her audio version and text carry many discrepancies.
Anna Firth's sex scene
Yes, I would go see the movie version to this.
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