No. I would read it again. Just a personal preference, I didn't care for the narrator.
Any readers who enjoyed the first Hunger Games books or any of the Twilight books will enjoy this book. It is a well written story with a combination of action, love, and interesting political statements.
I didn't care of the narrator's interpretation of the story. Her voice was monotone at parts where I wanted to hear emotion and got high pitched when it was full of emotion. Its just a personal preference of mine.
No. Once I got into the second section, It did move faster and I listened in longer segments.
This was my first Audible book and it was fantastic. I was able to listen on my iPod, in the car, on my stereo at home, very convenient.
The voices of all the characters resounded in my head even after I stopped listening. The last few Chapters were magical and memorable, full of happy and sad emotion.
The narrator's were great. I thought this was a great way to experience the book, like a movie but with all the good parts included.
Minnie was the most memorable character of The Help because she demonstrates the complexity of being a woman in a beautifully simple way.
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