I have purchased the audiobook because I am SO enamoured with the print copy. I received it in prepublication and the the narrative just sings. It is one of the best written books I've read in a long time, and as a high school librarian, believe me, I read a lot of YA books. Every student I have recommended the book to as well has adored it.
"Dirty Little Secrets" is interesting, but the narration is painful because there is no flow. For a while I thought it was a novel in verse form, but I checked the book and it isn't done that way. I have no explanation as to why the narrator chose to put in all the pauses or lengthen the words she does.
Why would a company choose a narrator who lisps?
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