I would put this book in the middle.
It was a very good mystery that kept you reading. Although some of the story line I thought was unrealistic. But if you take it for face value the story is still good.
The voices really bring the story to life and you feel what the character is feeling. It helps to differenciate the characters with the different voices.
I have no idea.
Violent youths, back stories, teeth
The description of the main character and how she would cut herself.
Every small town has its skeletons.
Brilliant story line. You never expect who the killer is.
Never read the book, so can't compare.
Momento maybe? I don't usually read mysteries.
My reaction was more of surprise. What you are reading at the beginning turns out o be fake, so you are finding out half way through that the characters have completely different personalities than you thought! It was a very unique way of writing that I thoguht was brilliant!
This book is brilliantly written giving twists and turns that you don't see coming. The characters aren't who you think they are!
This wasn't a bad book by any means. I just felt the story line wasn't very special. It is kind of something you would see on a soap opera. Boy likes girl, but is afraid to tell her. No one wants to ruin friendship. Bla, bla, bla.
I wouldn't cut any of the characters. They all had a purpose.
This book is similar to Shades of Grey in that the male character is a control freak, but in a more normal way. He doesn't have some S&M fetish or anything like that. He's just a type A personality. Both characters do had a past that causes conflict and they have to work on communicating with one another.
I thought all of the characters were well written and performed well. You could really hear the difference in personality when spoken by performer. You felt like you were watching a play.
I didn't want to put this book down! The seans were so vivid and raw.
Funny, realistic love, & heart wrenching.
If you are looking for a love story that doesn't include buff hunks and sexy females this is for you.
Probably the interview scene with funny quirky back and forth between the main character and her soon to be love interest.
The main character. She is funny, insecure like the rest of us, and sincere.
I love how this scared woman has overcome her insecurity to live her life in the middle of Babelon among the pretty people of Hollywood, and still hold true to herself. I love that her happily ever after isn't another made up hunky man that every woman is going to drool over. It is a realistic romanic love affair that will leave you dreaming that it could happen to you!
No. I rarely listen to the same thing twice.
The author who played himself. He was Steve's righ hand man for several years and he gave good insite into how Steve Job's ran things and what he expected out of people.
No. He was good.
No. It was expected.
I was looking for a light chic-flick type book to read and this one just had a very dark undertone with the main character almost loosing her baby and depression, etc.
No. But I won't be reading anything else from this author.
No. THe voice was fine. No complaints.
None. I just wasn't looking for such a serious story.
I would recommend it to someone else, but I wouldn't listen to it twice.
I liked all her stories about rising up through the ranks of comedy as a woman.
I've only seen her on SNL and in a couple of movies. This just gave a better overall idea of what she is like in real life.
Tina Faye, as real as it gets.
This is a very funny autobiography of her life.
I would recommend this to anyone who has ever been to Texas or is from there. This story was absolutely hysterical! I am an ex-Texas girl myself, and this book brought back so many memories of typical Texas ladies and expectations, etc. The author clearly did her homework.
Te4xas is one of the only places that has kept their old traditions of debutaunte life. It gave a true rendition of this tradition and added a great romantic back story.
No, but I will now.
It made me laugh out loud in some parts, and keep flipping the pages.
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