I am not sure because I didn't read the print version but I ABSOLUTELY loved the audio edition. It took me a while to get used to the narrator and her accent but after that I really couldn't put the book down.
The complex plot line.
She made all of the characters stand out. Despite it being just one narrator for this story she made me feel connected to each of the characters and used appropriate dialect.
It kept me on the edge of my seat. While I realize some people may not feel the same I enjoyed earning each new detail as I continued on throughout the story.
I really loved this book! It surprised me how much I enjoyed it.
The twists and turns the plot took during the story as well as the characters.
Yes, very much so. Just when you think you know what's what in the book, perspectives change and make you doubt your initial analysis.
The main character Sarah. She gave the character life and I enjoyed the developing relationship the narrator builds with you through the character.
Yes! Definitely! Could not put it down. I usually only listen at work but I made an exception for the last two books I listened to. I just had to know what was going to play out.
Wonderful story line and I loved what the element of a narrator brought to the table.
The story line compelled me to keep listening.
When everything finally came together.
It gave personality to the book that words on a page alone cannot give.
Twists and turns beneath the cold rapids of the reality of youth.
I loved the intricate story Goodman weaves within the pages of Arcadia Falls. Goodman skillfully combines tales of old with present day characters and stories. The vivid description of Arcadia Falls makes you feel as though you are there with the characters the author has conjured.
Lake of Dead Languages
She read at a good pace and with clear diction.
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