I liked the fact that there were two point of views. It might have been a little better if there were two narrators, but still good.
The love that the two main characters had for each other, even after being apart for so many years.
I thought he was just ok.
Light at the end of the tunnel
Very good book. It's not a make you feel good book. It deals with real life tragedies that happen way too often. It's very sad and at times made me feel very sick. I'm glad there are books out there like this for others that go through abuse or know someone that is going through it.
Very well written, and had you guessing until the end.
I can't say without giving away the book!!!
She brought out real emotion
This book is not just another kidnapping book. It is much more. In the end, it is so heartbreaking. I cried so hard I had to pull over onto the side of the road to gather myself. So good, and I highly recommend it!!!
Absolutely!!! The book was perfect! The narrator was perfect for this book. Beautifully written.
The story could have been a true story!!! It seemed so real. It makes you think about life and death and what you would do.
The main character
Yes, I cried in several different parts.
This book is a very touchy subject. I read a previous comment about being pro choice, and so they couldn't read it. The book is wonderful whether you are pro life or pro choice. It is a MUST listen!!!!
No, I think once was enough. Good, but not good enough to listen to again.
Jasinda Wilder put so many memorable moments into this book. Her writing is so emotionally detailed.
Pure emotion. Some of the other reviewers said that Gabriel Vaughan was not a good fit for this book, but I thought he was AWESOME! I loved when it was his turn! Piper Goodeve was also very good too!
Yes, but only because of all the good reviews. Maybe my expectations were way to high, and it only disappointed me in the end. Don't get me wrong, it was a good book. I read several reviews that said have tissues! I didn't cry at all. It was VERY sad, but I guess it didn't hit me like it did some of the others. If you want an emotional book, Hopeless by Colleen Hoover was really good. I can say if there were to be a second book to this, I don't think I would listen:(
All in all, I would say it's worth a credit!
How strong the characters were, and it didn't seem to unbelievable. This happens everyday. So heartbreaking.
It was an edge of your seat kind of book. It was hard to stop listening.
No, but that would be my only complaint about the book. She wasn't horrible, but they could have chosen someone a little better for this good of a book.
"I live you"
This was a very emotional book. Make sure you have a box of tissues!
Yes! It's the best series I've read.
It constantly keeps you guessing. The story could have ended up so many different ways! Thank goodness there are 2 more books coming, but the wait will be dreadful!!!
Yes. I love them all!!!
The two of them falling in love reminded me of how it felt when I fell in love.
Andrew. He could make the reader fall in love with him!
Yes, and the first book I have ever listened to twice!
It's a MUST listen!!!!
YES!!! This book is for everyone, whether Autism is a part of your life or not! So informative!
None that I can think of.
There were so many!!! Every single story was so well written!
I wrote down so much information while listening. I will be looking into all of the ideas they talked about for treatment and therapy. My daughter was diagnosed almost a year ago today, and I had no idea about a lot of this stuff. She is in ABA and several other therapies, but as far as Homeopath and Biomedical treatments, I really didn't know much about. The thing that really got me though, was knowing that I am not alone. I am not a part of a support group, nor know anyone else that has Autism, so listening to this was so eye opening to know how many people are going through this same fight. It was very emotional. I cried and laughed. Thank all of you for writing this book. Thank you so much.
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