For light and fun listening, good audiobook.
If you liked Something Borrowed, you'll enjoy the continuing drama of Darcy. But the narrator's voice is really irritating because its so whiney.
The end (don't want to spoil the ending).
The Drama Queen goes on. . .
The time travel and how it worked.
Don't want to give away the ending but its at the climax of the story.
Too mature/older to portray a supposedly youthful 35 years old man.
The tone of the narrator's voice would change through the book. Again, his voice sounded more like a man past his forties.
Narrator does a good job of convincing reader that he's Charlie. Also Charlie is a funny writer.
The twist at the end.
No, as poorly written as the first two in the triology, the storyline for Freed goes off the deep end. Its like James had nothing else to write so she made up stupid scenes and made Ana appear to be even more juvenile than she is. Not worth it. Stop after Darker.
Yes. The intense sex in the first book was a good read but then it got to be too much and honestly boring.
Annoying at first, but then you get used to it as Ana.
Not to be so perfect.
Yes, lots of detail explored from the first book.
Angst of Christian Grey.
When Christian breaks down in front of Ana.
Did not read print.
Of course Christian Grey. Too perfect to be real but you had to sympathize with his dark side and desired to be loved.
Yes. The story starts out fairly slow and if you weren't paying attention you may have missed some things. Due to all the twists and turns and thoughts in main characters head, hard to keep the real facts straight.
Unbelieveable actions from antagonist.
Kirby's voice was a bit annoying at first (too high pitched) but then you got used to it. By the end, both narrators really were perfect for their characters. Made you really visual who they were.
Not all in one seating because it was too long but definitely as fast as you could listen.
Don't read the book on your own. Listen to the audiobook.
All of her stories.
motherhood and pregnancy
Nothing beats an audiobook narrated by the author, especially Tina Fey. You can't make up her phrases and jokes in your own voice.
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