I did not like the repetitiveness of the author describing things over and over again. I get it one of the witches has milky white teeth like that of a new born child. I did not need to hear that over and over again.
Love everything about the narrator. He did an amazing job playing all the parts. He kept me drawn into the story.
The repetitive words were driving me crazy. There was a point in chapter 4 where there was this long pause and the girl saying over and over again "I am not crazy" not once or twice but on and on and on. It was annoying. She is also apparently writing in her journal but there are these scratching noises in the back ground every once in a while. Not necessary. Then she is talking to herself in almost poetry format and then switches back to dialog its strange. I am glad I was able to return this.
Take out the back ground scratching noise and she is writing or scratching things out in her journal. Change the cadence of the narrator as she reads so it does not sound like disjointed poetry.
The author did a fantastic job bringing in a bunch of fairly tales into this one simple story. Very creative and lots of fun to listen to.
With so many cast members in this one story it is to hard to pick just one. I really did enjoy the frog/prince though.
Yes but did not have time to. It was easy to pick up where I left off though.
Great book and worth getting for a fun light hearted story
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