I would definitely try another book from these folks. I enjoyed the first three books and was hoping to love this book. There were a lot of red herrings in the first three that I thought would be wrapped up in this volume, but they weren't. (Why was Ethan forgetting things in the third book? How was Linc going to be able to cope with his "affliction"? Why was Ethan's reaction to Lena physically stronger and stronger in the third book?)
This book seemed hastily written. It tied everything up, but simplistically. And I want to know if Ethan and Lena can get fully married and live happily ever after.
Get a more light hearted read the next time! This book was fine, but relentlessly grim and depressing.
Clearly, I liked the characters and was involved with the overall story arc. This was not a bad book, just not as good as the others.
I thought that this book had a few good points, but I felt that Sheryl Sandberg needed to be 20 years older than she claims to have experienced some of the discrimination she describes.
I did think the "Will you be my mentor?" section was very good. And some of her points about negotiation were depressingly accurate.
The book as a whole has sparked some great conversation and I value that.
yes. The narration was fine, just not particularly memorable.
Not unless there is new information to impart.
This was the book of the series in which the most happened. It was fun to listen to and see how the characters evolved and grew. It was the best plot.
His voice. I could just listen to that voice with that accent all day long. It made me feel he was sitting next to me in the car and telling me the story.
This story was dreadfully boring, and I just did not want to spend any more time with the main characters of the father and the mother. They were greedy, unscrupulous, and not relatable. Gilbert's story did not embrace the characters. She wrote it from a third party viewpoint, so much so that I didn't care whether or not they lived or died or were happy or sad. I made it through the first part of the book, which many reviewers said was the best part. I was so uninvolved I stopped listening.
I thought the performer was really good. She breathed life into staid writing.
Disappointment. Eat Pray Love was great. Maybe fiction isn't Gilbert's thing.
The story is great fun and so relatable
maybe: Rosenblatt was fine, but too high class Brit to be Bridget
This is a great listen regardless. Obviously, adults only
It's a good story, with complex characters that don't always act the way in which they "should" but act in ways that fit them. The narration is really good; the lead character's voice fits, and the others are distinctive.
It's a good action story, with some twists and turns.
There's a good pacing to her reading and she brings excitement, fear, pathos.
The book made me want to listen so much that I bought the readable version as well.
This is a good story, interesting characters, and unpredictable
I loved the performance of this book! He really brought me in to the book. The sound effects were outstanding and added to the performance.
One of my favorite audiobooks! I am in my fifties, female, loved this for my commute!
Yes, because the book was pretty good, and I love Amanda Quick novels, although I have to say the paranormal ones aren't my favorites.
No. I like Amanda Quick books because the heroes are so interesting and so are the heroines. But, Justine just made them all sound whiny and bored. And I am not interested in hearing the voice of the hero sound so much like a weak, whiny, conceited person. I was disappointed.
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