The author having a vocabulary of more then 1000 words and finding some alternatives to "He said," and "she said".
no, just from this author.
If the narrator had developed any of the characters in such a way that one did not despise them all equally.
Possibly some insight into the author's brother, but one understands why he wished to limit contact with his sister.
Not a book worth reading.
Less! The writer hits you over the head, time and time again, with "everything" in a most blatant manner. Characters are not developed, they are explained in painful detail. Oh, the dangers of over involved parenting.
She is ok
not for me. This was one of the few books I almost quit listening to half way through.
The book really made me appreciate writers who tell a story without blatantly telling you exactly what it all means. I like to be able to think about what I'm reading, to muse about what it is all about. This writer leaves nothing for the reader to think about. I hated it.
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