This is by far the worst quality Audible book I've ever gotten. Very disappointing.
Wow. I have rarely been so thoroughly involved in a book. I love Green's presentation of the characters and their wit (be prepared to laugh deeply). I appreciate the examination of taboo topics (like I'm going to ask a Hazel in my life whether she realizes her family has no extra money because of all they're spending just to keep her alive), and the insightfulness of the observations. Yes, it has sad parts, too, though not necessarily predicable ones. I cried. I cried a lot. But I didn't feel manipulated into crying. And I didn't end up depressed and hopeless.
The narration is incredible. Rudd does an amazing job of giving just the right voice to the characters.
I purchased this after listening to CDs from the public library and knowing I'd be listening again and again. I've purchased gift copies and recommended the book to many others. I always recommend the audio version because Rudd's performance is superb.
If you haven't read The Fault in our Stars, you simply must. It's worth it!
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