DNF - was bored and wasn't up to listening to a whodunit mystery for 10 hours, only to figure out whodunit. Didn't care enough about the characters to want to know.
Although I was intrigued, I found myself somewhat lost when I was something like 270 pages in (audiobook pages). While I was able to keep up, some descriptions (although well-written) were long and went on for several minutes. I think this one might have been better as a novel rather than audiobook, but it might just be me. The book spanned many generations.
I was obsessed with this story and all the subplots. The lead narrator was amazing in the way she varied her voice, but so were the other narrators as well.
Unique, unreliable narrators keep you on your toes.
Story = 4 1/2 stars overall
Great narration, fabulous writing with all of Flynn's specific and dead-on details, and an interesting tale. Every day I couldn't wait to find out more of what was going on.
Amazing. Writer-licious. Kickass.
Yes - couldn't predict what was going to happen.
They did such an incredible job with changing up voices to "become" the characters and to portray others in the room with them.
Extremely addicted to it.
I can't remember a book I've loved in such a looong time. :)
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