It never capture my attention or curiosity. I persevered several times but jus never found it interested me. Boring.
I struggled through the end of this book only because I had to know how it turned out. But it was extremely slow and frustrating. The characters, even Daisy herself, were shallow. I just could not relate to almost any of her reactions to be told she was dying of cancer. Now I know people react differently, but this was just too bizarre. I wanted to identify with her, but simply couldn't. Her decisions and reactions were just not believable, and I felt anxiety rising every time I started to listen again. I wanted to be Kaley, her BFF, and tell her to WAKE UP and start acting like a real person with a deadly disease. Not spend all her time on some childish endeavor she didn't even really want. And the ending was as odd as the rest of the book. The whole thing was immature, shallow and SLOW.
No. I've read a lot of books about dying or death. They are much deeper and realistic.
She didn't. It was just weird to have a male narrator come in for the first time at the end.
I don't even know where to start. So many superfluous ones. So many that could've been tightened up. So many characters who could have been more developed.
Don't waste your time.
Too horrible and disturbing to even finish. Even though she must be near 30 now, she sounds 11 -- the age she was when she was abducted. I just can't listen to all that cruelty and sadism for hours on end. However, I admire her courage and resilience for writing this and even functioning in life. She must be immensely strong and have a lot of faith and hope.
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