The Ugly Sister is a light read that deals with some very real choices people make in their lives. I appreciate the struggles the characters go through and the spots of humor thrown in there elicited more than one LOL from me.
The characters seemed very real. I have known people with these personalities and Jane Fallon nailed them!
I have not listened to Alison Reid before The Ugly Sister. She did a fantastic job with the characters. They seemed to really fit the characters!
Abby was the most memorable character because her thoughts and actions stayed true to her character.
Exciting, unpredictable, real
The plot twists were the most memorable parts of the book
I'm glad to find a book that is not a "Young Adult" that I enjoyed!!! I think I will try some of her other titles too!!
The story seemed to drag aimlessly about 3 or 4 times. The attention to detail is well done, it is just overdone to the point of boredom those 3 or 4 times.
I liked the plot twists, and I liked the characters.
David Pittu's performance made the book interesting enough for me to continue listening. He did such a great job with the characters that I will probably look for books read by him in the future.
If this book was made into a movie I probably would not see it unless it had outstanding reviews.
This true account is so well written it had me from the second I started listening! I seriously couldn't stop listening!!!
No, the book doesn't flow well. The stories told jump from a summary type to details and flutter back and forth as well as past, present and future. The transitions could have been SO much smoother.
Similar to Jane Fallon's Leaving Matthew and the Ugly Sister as well as the Bridget Jones books. If you liked any of the above you will surly like this one too!!
Kate Reading did such a fabulous job with each character, making it even easier to get lost in the story as l listened.
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