I bought this after seeing all of the good reviews, but I was disappointed. It's a long book, and not much happens until the end. It's very drawn out and too slow for my tastes - it didn't hold my interest.
I tried for about 2 hrs hoping it would get better, that something,anything would happen and it would pick up, but no such luck and I had to give up. It's was mainly inner dialogue and I don't remember the first one feeling so tedious. I cannot recommend.
I read the hype about it and ordered it as soon as it came out. This book did not hold my attention and I'll be returning it. I normally like YA but this was too young - maybe for a 14 year old. I will not be continuing the series.
This was a dissapointing fourth book - nothing really happens the first 2/3 of the book and was quite boring and listening to all of the mundane details and filler inner dialogue of Kylee was annoying - it was apparent the author was trying to stretch the series out and didn't have enough material. It was so bad that I'm not going to take a risk on the 5th book in case it's no better. The narrator does a good job, but couldn't save the boring book. I do not recommend it.
The narrator was great as usual, but I found the book almost boring and plotless - I finished it, but only barely. A very forgetable read, I won't be getting the others in the series.
The description is kind of vague, I thought this would be a nice animal story... It's not, it's just the author trying to educate people on the importance of spaying and rescuing vs buying, etc. Sure the premise is good, but for educated and responsible dog owners such as myself (and the author), it's nothing we don't know so it's quite boring. Please note I stopped at a little over an hour once she moved on to animal testing as I didn't care to hear more things I already knew about...
I suffered through a few chapters and then returned it. It's very strange - like an old fashioned book of children's short stories without any sort of character development...
First of all, the narrator reads very fast, I had to change the audiobook setting on my ipod to slow - it made the voices a little distorted, but at least the rhythm was more normal then.
The book was original and grabbed my interest toward the very end, but I don't know if it was worth it because of how long it took to even start to get to the interesting part, even then, events unfolded very slowly.
I don't understand how this is a bestseller! After reading reviews elsewhere (too bad it was after I bought this book), I see it's a piece of fanfiction! I can't say I'm surprised. The editing seems to be non-existant, it has an underdeveloped plot and characters, and the sex scenes, while graphic, somehow managed to fall flat.
I would LOVE to play editor, as I don't think this book had one!! She says "Oh my!" "Holy crap!" or uses the word "clamber" way too much. They are always clambering into a car or clambering out of bed or clambering up the steps... very strange and it drove me crazy.
I didn't realize this was more of a kids book - I would think for a girl in middle school...
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