This is a very inspiring story. Jessica was a little woman with a big heart. Although her evil mother and sister had stolen the most previous in her life, she kept her journey by helping the others and won their friendship, admiration and respect.
I couldn't stop listening to this great story delivered by an outstanding narrator. I stayed up late and my ears hurt by listening for continuous long time.
No, because you don't have to listen repeatedly to get the idea.
It's not a fiction book, so no such thing to me.
The idea is very good. I have been using it for several days. The general idea is that you should stick to stupidly small habits, such as one push-up a day, instead of bigger ones that need more will power. The whole book is just using different words to rephrase this idea. Very repetitive. But anyway, it's a great idea, so the idea itself is worth a credit. I have used it for 3 days now, and actually I am more on top of everything because of the mini habits. Will see how this works in the long run.
Seems the story going nowhere.
Just not interesting. Very boring. With the good reviews, I have listened for 5 hours, but nothing is interesting for the 5 hours. Have to give up.
Maybe to condense the story.
Maybe younger kids who like ghosts and stuff
Not a horror book next time.
None has interested me.
The father figure. I like how he was taking care of his child by himself, and at the same time overcame the hardship from being laid off twice.
When he was packing the stuff for his kid...
Have seen posters about fathers' rights before, and it really sucks that mothers always get the kids regardless how the fathers love and care about their kids. Fathers' rights should be protected, too. Or else what's the point for guys to get married?
Touching, engaging, exotic
They found a tooth
Yes. Very different. Not comparable
Jenna. Funny, energetic and persistent
I am glad that I listened to this book before checking the rating since I usually only listened to books with rating 4.2 or higher. All what I can say about this book is that it sounds very realistic, not dramatic, but that’s actually the scary part. It seems that it can actually happen to ordinary people.
The first half of this book is kind of depressing, especially for the first quarter. For all those little details of the life, I can feel for her. Every family may have their own pain points that something you cannot easily escape from. For Allison, it’s her needing little girl, a husband who doesn’t help (isn’t that common?), a husband who may have an affair, a mother who cannot handle the sick father and then the demanding work. During this mess, she finds out a little pill that can help her, and one pill becomes more, and then all things are falling down… During the listening, I could feel her pain, and that made me kind of depressed. However, it’s so real that it kept me engaged during the whole listening.
Once I read the news about a drunken woman who drove 4 kids including hers and her sister’s to the freeway, at the wrong direction, and had the kids killed together with the old couple who drove their car crashing into hers. After the accident, her husband was so surprised that he never found out that she was heavily drinking… after the story, I learned that many housewives actually are secretly drinking, probably to help them go through the day to day chores and get along with distant husbands, and other issues.
In the book, Jennifer wrote so well about the details of the thoughts of the main character, her struggle, her fear and her falling down. She made me nervous listening to Allison’s rehab and possible relapse. I wonder how Jennifer got all those vivid details, and I wish the best for Allison and her family. In the story, Allison’s husband runs away from the family with marathons. Running long distance actually can help to cope with depressing situations, but just don’t let running eat away too much family time. Be well, everybody.
The later part, that Hodges, Jerome and Holly try their best to track Brady down for the bomb plot. Finally, the book gets intense at that part. For the last several hours, it keeps me listening in one sitting.
More like a detective's book instead of a horror book.
Holly is my favorite. She's so fragile and at the same time, super smart and determined. A very interesting character.
No. It's kinda boring in the beginning. It's somewhat like Mike Connelly's Harry Bosch series.
Don't think he has addressed that. Instant is just instant.
Content should be better. At least write something useful. It's seems nothing is in the book. Everybody has instant, and instant works. That's all about the book.
Make the pacing faster
No. I have listened for 5 hours, and couldn't stand it anymore
Way too engaging
The two thieves. They are funny
Hadrian. When he talks, you can feel the confidence. It seems nothing can affect him
The heir and the guardian, two thieves, will guide you to the wonderful world.
Too short. Don't want it to be ended so soon.
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