Absolutely. This is a great story, full of great characters. Natalie Moore brings everyone of them to life with her narration. I was completely drawn in to this one just like the first book.
Wow that is a hard one. There are things I love about each one. That is one of the great things about the book. Having said that I think I would have to go with Jace followed very closely by Magnus. Jace just has the best comments and one liners ever.
Yes and I almost did.
I enjoyed Aaron Stanford. I just love seeing events from Four point of view.
He was very pleasant to listen to
I could have. Sadly life got in the way.
So this is not my usual listen. I was having trouble sleeping and a ton of studying going on for school. So at 3am I said to myself why not, what could it possibly hurt. I have to say I have not slept so good in a long time. I wake and I'm not sleepy, I'm focus, and I stay focus all day! I would recommend this to anyone have trouble sleeping and focusing.
This book stands alone. I know it is the sequel to If I Stay, but really you didn't have to have read it to know what was going on. I really enjoyed having this book come from Adams prospective.
I loved Dan Bittner's performance! I didn't want it to end.
I did cry towards the end. I don't want to spoil anything.
Yes I think I would. I found it to be a great listen. Kirsten Potter was wonderful.
Wow. I want to say Adam at first, but everyone was very interesting.
I enjoyed her proformance very much. She did sound a bit older then a seventeen year old.
I think I could have. It is very long when you compair it to other books.
It was good. I enjoyed it. Is it in my top 10 maybe.
The end because I like it when the right people end up together.
Yes and no.
I am not sure I would recommend the audiobook. I loved the story, but the narration was not my favorite. I don't know why they changed the narrators so much during this series. That was hard for me. I enjoyed Sophie Turner. I think she did a good job, but Jason Dohring was just not good for this story.
I love all the main characters. How could you not.
I did cry a few times during this book. That is all I'm going to say. I don't want to leave any spoilers.
Boy looses girl, boy tries to forget girl, boy meets new girl, and all ends up right with the world.
This is the second performance I have listened to. I really enjoy Jeff Woodman's narrations. He gives life to all the characters.
I do like John Green's work, but this one I felt was VERY similar to Looking for Alaska. Which was a small bummer for me. Plus I feel like it took to long to get going for me. It just was not my favorite book of his. Still good just not one that I could not stop listening to.
Maybe. It was a quick listen, cute story
I could have. It was cute and easy listen.
You get to see a complete picture of Magnus and Alec. How great they are together.
I love audio books. The one thing I don't like is when the narrator for a series changes. I know why they did it for this one because of the change in prospective but that is the one thing I would fault with this one.
He does a great job with his proformance. Voices were great. For me that is something you don't get if you read the book.
I don't want to give anything away, but when Ari makes her choice.
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