I love this book, but the narrator made the story even better. I'm listening to it right now, and I just had to come write a review. I have read the story many times, but hearing it is a whole new experience.
Beka. I love her for being shy. I was painfully shy for most of my life, and reading about a character who was just as shy, if not more, made me feel a bit braver. After all, if SHE could do it...
It just felt so real...I was listening to a certain scene involving a pigeon (It makes sense once you've heard it.) and I was nearly in tears. I don't cry much, so it was a bit shocking to me. I don't often get that into audiobooks, particularly because I tend to prefer listening to ones I already know, but that really got to me, in a surprising and beautiful way.
It was, but it was a bit too long for that. Definitely worth listening too.
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