Bringing back the old Jane Green and getting a narrator who didn't sound like she was on the verge of laughing hysterically all the time.
Right now, probably not.
Her narration always felt contrived and like she thought everything was funny.
All of them.
Huge disappointment and waste of a credit.
Probably not. Usually love anything JoJo writes but this fell a little short.
The underlying storyline about the preservation of our precious sea life.
I feel the narration was at the core of what ruined this book. Why there was a man narrating so much when most of the characters were female is beyond me. And a mature man should never try to do an adolescent girl's voice. It was very distracting for me.
No...actually I found it pretty mundane.
Usually if I don't care for a book I will just stop reading and return it unfinished...something I do now because there is so much out there to read. I kept going with this book though because it was a Moyes book and she is one of my favorites. I am glad I read it through but was also glad when I was through.
I love Tana Wood's way of writing and I loved the narration.
An overall sense of the place and time. Important for someone like me who has never visited those parts of the world.
This book was a mixture of love and hate. I thought overall it was a great read until the end. But then, like so many other readers of this same book, it lost all its magic. Not solving Rob's personal mystery was very disappointing and left a bad taste in my mouth. Hopefully, it will be taken care of in a future book.
Weak storyline - characters not very likeable.
Not high on my list of her books.
I gravitate toward KH's writing but this one left me wanting.
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