ANTIOCH, TENNESSEE, United States
What I loved about this book is the innocence's of the Angel and how she had to learn about being a human from those around her. It was funny to hear how everyone was trying to impress her and put their best foot forward, while the Angel didn't judge anyone and thought everyone was wonderful for who they are.
When Marielle got into the closet with Conner, and the conversation that took place there.
I think she did a good job at being the narrator for this book.
Yes, however real life takes away from audio book time :(
I love this series and how each book is about one of the main characters explaining more about them and their past.
This book was great, I enjoyed it because it put possible real life situations in perspective for both Laken and Will.
The most memorable part was when Will showed Laken how much he loves her.
My favorite part of the book is the talent show, I wont mention why, let the other readers come to that part without ruining the effect of it.
The story was great, I liked the first meeting of the main characters.
The narrator was good with the various characters in the story,
I could relate to the story when it comes to seeing yourself in a negative view but others seeing you as something beautiful and great.
I loved the parts where Cat interacts with Maria in New Orleans.
The most memorable parts of the book is where Cat and Bones renew their dedication to each other.
She brings the action to life with her narration.
When one of the most important people in Cat's life dies.
I have not read the printed version but there is a points in the story were I feel it is better to have the audio copy then the digital/printed copy. Some aspects of the book are more effective if they are heard rather than read.
When Cat was remembering her times with Gregor and then how it made Bones feel.
This series is the only time I have listened to Tavia narrate but she does an excellent job.
Yes I started it on Monday and will complete it on Wednesday. If life didn't happen I would have never taken my head phones out.
This story is a great story, but there are parts where the main character Olivia got a little annoying but the over all purpose of the story was good and the audio version of this book was good.
How this book ranks compared to other books i have listened to it's in the definitely would listen to again pile and recommend to others pile.
I haven't listened to this narrator before but she did the accents wonderfully.
So far I have looked up the other books in this series and i'm not sure why each book is narrated by a different person which creates a strong frown on my face because Therese Plummer did a great job.
I would recommend the book to a friend either in e-reader format or typical book format but i'm not to sure about the audio format. Because there were some character voices that were a bit annoying. But the overall story was good.
A moment that moved me i'm not sure of but there were parts of the book that made me laugh and smile especially when the main character was telling her husband off, it was quite humorous.
This book was good it had humor, romance, and a good story line to back it up.
This is a wonderfully written book in the series, I like how the characters are drawn together slowly and how they both need something from each other but they don't want to put the faith in it until closer to the end, when they realize they need each other to survive mentally.
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