The narrator. I didn't like the tone of his voice. Maybe it was the content but the tone of his voice came off sarcastic minus the funny.
Yes I would. I am a fan of Dan Savage and read his column in The Stranger when I lived in Seattle.
Dan Savage can be merciless yet funny. This narrator didn't convey that to me.
Nah. And if it were a movie I'd wait until it came out on TBS.
I struggled with this book. I about gave up half-way through but the story picked up some. All in all, the story was pretty blah to me.
No. I read this on a recommendation and I just couldn't understand the lure.
I liked her voice and her inflection. She captured Hildy's indignant attitude over her daughters views on her alcohol abuse in a funny way.
I didn't think so.
It's definitely one of my favorite reads.
Gillian Flynn's novels always keep me on the edge of my seat. She builds the suspense perfectly.
Even though he was a smaller character, I really enjoyed Lyle.
Empowering, Accessible, Candid
No other comparisons, since I don't often read non-fiction
One thing that stuck with me was her story about her negotiating her deal at Facebook.
One of the best
The story unfolds like no other book I've read. No worthy comparisons!
I can't say because I don't want to give away the ending. But my 2nd favorite was the "intervention"
The final moments
Narrator was excellent. The story was well written and built upon lots of electronic correspondences so it unfolded in a really cool way.
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