I am not usually a big fan of interconnected short stories, but I thorughly enjoyed this one. THE IMPERFECTIONISTS clearly illustrates how "the whole is more than the sum of its parts". Beautiful writing that worked extremely well on audio. Christopher Welch did an outstanding job with the narration.
As a big fan of Firefly Lane, it was wonderful to return to the characters I loved. While it was definitely sad, it was also very moving. Having the same narrator as Firefly Lane was a great touch.
Yes, this was a great dystopian audiobook. I thought Anya was a really strong character and I can't wait to listen to the next one. Ilyana Kadushin's narration seemed very well-suited to the story.
Mary Beth Hurt perfectly matched the voice I imagined for Hildy Good. I didn't want The Good House to end!
Mary Kay Andrews knows how to write the perfect beach read. And this one, narrated by Kathleen McInerney, is a fantastic beach listen. I didn't want it to end.
What a wonderful tribute to Sargent Shriver and to a father. I found it very moving! And I loved hearing Mark narrate it himself. You could tell how much his father means to him.
I really enjoyed this audiobook! The story sucked me in, and I liked the narrator.
This was a great introduction to the character Robin Monarch. What a fun, edge-of-your-seat kind of listen. I'm looking forward to more Robin Monarch stories on audio.
Anyone who has experienced loss -- the death of a loved one, the loss of a job -- will benefit from this program. The program was a big help in dealing with the loss of my father. A wonderful production.
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