Yes. The narrator was great!
Gemma. She was such a brave character.
She made it feel like you were really listening to Gemma speak and not someone just reading the story.
I thought this was a very good book. It was a little confusing at times trying to figure out who was "speaking" Kayleigh or the other sister but that gets explained at the end and it all makes better sense.
I absolutely loved this book. It was hard for me to put it down. I kept wanting to know what happens next to the characters. This book kept my attention to the very end and left me wanting to continue with the next book in the series.
Yes, I would. I listened to parts of the book while driving to and from work and sometimes before bed when my eyes were too tired to read and read the print edition during lunch and after work. I found the audible version to be excellent. The narrator did a wonderful job of bringing the characters to life.
I don't know. That is why I'm not a writer.
A story line with an ending.
The narrator was fine.
This book was useless. It was about a disfunctional family and would have been good if it had had an ending of some kind. I expected the kids to be taken away or the parents charged with child abuse or something. It just left off with no conclusive ending at all.
It kept my attention. It kept me wondering what would happen next.
He brought the characters to life.
The dad. I loved the effort he put forth to defend his son.
Yes. It was good and didn't take up a lot of time.
I don't know
I liked that I could relate to it. I have felt like that before when my kids were little and wouldn't go to sleep. I thought the story would be funnier though.
I didn't really have one.
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