I think the best thing about this story is that though it serves as a continuation of Howls Moving Castle, which in its own right is awesome, it also introduces some fun new characters and some awesomely evil new characters as well. Now why this wasn't made into a movie is appaling
I think it was when Charmain realizes that she is in a room full of lubbockins
Here is the thing about Jenny Sterling, though her voices may not vary much, it is the patient and calm way that she reads a story that makes you want to listen again and again and again. I LOVE Jenny Sterlings readings
Their eyes hold their secrets
GET THIS BOOOKKKKKKK
Okay, firstly this is a double edged question. As much as I love audiobooks for its convenience, there really isn't anything like sitting back and losing yourself in a great book. I enjoyed this book from purchasing and reading the book myself that I figured why not listen to the book at work. So I would say it has equal enjoyment.
Oscar's decision to be with ........
Beli whipping the Gangster's ass
I don't think I can read this book or listen to this book without my heart bleeding for Oscar, but yes there were some definite memorable hysterical moments.
I love Junot Diaz's style and format for writing. The way he incorporates each of the lives of each family member to show how it has that final impact on the main character was perfect. Truly a masterpiece.
First the narrator was perfect in her diction, her inflections, she really, really made me feel as if I were actually in the story. And as for the author, she definitely has not only a way with words but her humorous side definitely shows through her characters. I can't say that there was anything about this book that I did not like.
Kate's struggle to overcome Marek in the manor
When Kate rushes back to Marek
LOVED IT BUNCHESSSSSSSSSSSS
I rather enjoyed the climax of the story; up until that point found the story boring. Took a couple of tries to finish the listen.
No. It took multiple goes at this one book. However, I did enjoy the storyline.
Had the author realized his intended audience, he may also realize that his word usage was inappropriate.
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