Yes. It's not a story with great twists and turns. Easily enjoyable.
Many chick lit novels.
Her voice and emphasis are amazing.
The moment she realizes she has the means to leave. The lightness and freedom she must've felt was palatable.
Not only is the the story of a good one, but telling it from the perspective of an imaginary friend is fresh and insightful into the world of autism spectrum. Even without that interest I can see many people enjoying the story of Boodo and Max.
Oswald. He was initially misunderstood, but his willingness to sacrifice himself for Max and his belief that he would live on because of that made me feel affectionate toward him.
When Max escapes and is finally able to make decisions for himself.
Actually I enjoyed taking breaks to digest some what I'd heard during each listening.
Fair to middling
The first kiss between Edward and Bella
Varied voices, emotion behind the words.
It is a movie and the acting sucks
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