Like everybody else I felt that the ending was quite a let down. If Mr. Archer were to write a fourth book which would bring everything together I think he could redeem himself. As to the title I'm still trying to figure out what the best kept secret was. Don't think I'll read any other books by Jeffrey Archer - too expensive to trust another let down.
Alex Jennings was good I would not recommend anybody else.
None. The characters were good. I liked them all.
Yes, can I have a refund?
Yes I would.
Makes you feel like you are right there along for the ride.
When Robert Langdon realized that Sienna Brooke had lied to him.
I enjoy all of Dan Brown's books especially the history that he reveals.
I felt like I was on the journey with Peter & Josie. The author captured the feelings and insight of both the bully and the victim.
I can't think of any other book by comparison but there are lots of real-life newspaper articles as recent as two days ago (Feb 29, 2012) that follow this story line.
Yes, I liked her style, her voice her attempt to portray each character. A tough job but well done.
I think I would enjoy talking with Alex to discuss her experience and what she would do differently. I would share my experience with having a special-needs child who was also bullied throughout public and high schools. If teachers and politicians won't get on board there will be more victims.
The story ended much as expected. It will take more then tragedy to stopy the bullying. Question: Where do school-yard bullies go. Answer: To the workplace.
I can't believe that I wasted a credit on this audiobook. Too much landscape description; jumps around a lot and I found it hard to follow. The reader doesn't seem to be too interested in telling the story or relaying enthusiasm into the story. The audible is in 2 parts and I can't seem to get past the first 2 hrs without my mind wandering or falling asleep. Sorry! I wouldn't recommend this book to anyone.
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