I would never listen to anything narrated by Anna Marie Lee again. If I could have given her performance zero stars I would have. This is a story being written from the perspective of a 19 year old lesbian. This woman read the story as if it were a wistful children's story geared towards toddlers. Her voice never drops at the end of sentences. It was painful, I almost didn't make it past the first minute. Since I paid for the book I forced myself to get through it. No self respecting gay woman would say "Annie Difranco"! Too bad this woman did a terrible disservice to Ellen Wittlinger. I would have liked to hear this read by a younger performer who is actually in touch with the twenty-something lgbtq community.
The print book, sure. NOT the audiobook.
Hilarious, witty, and as real as it gets. I enjoyed every minute of this and it really made it that much funnier to hear Tina Fey reading every word as she meant it.
I enjoyed the story just as much, but the performance sounded a little too old sometimes. Katniss sounded youthful and age-appropriate at times and then too mature at others.
This was so thought provoking. I thought the performance was very good and the account in general was riveting. I would definitely listen to this again soon!
Perhaps, it was entertaining to listen to in the car, but I don't feel the need to listen to it again right away though. I enjoyed the plot and performance.
This was a great dynamic story with an excellent narrator! Best performance I've heard yet.
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