Yes! Not being entirely familiar with the street lingo, it was better to have it read and said correctly.
It was a real and brutally honest account of the depths that Cupcake had been brought to but that she was able to soar in the end.
When Junior and Daddy tried so hard to get custody of the kids.
Asking her boss and coworkers for help and their loving and giving response.
So raw, eye-opening, awesome and full of hope.
Yes, if they are interested in how people lived in the 1900's.
Chet climbing on the rafters
Home is Wherever You Are
It is very long, so be prepared to do a lot of stopping and picking it back up again!
The vast amounts of personal accounts.
The insights and love that the author was able to share with us through the personal accounts and his own experiences.
Yes, everyone was very different, yet he brought out their sameness to everyone and every family.
The author gets a bit droning. I was so interested in the actual stories and the material, but his voice did put me to sleep a few times.
The series is a must read/listen! Characters change and develop as they age throughout the series. Interesting story just sucks you in with the sheer variety of characters and plot lines.
The Malkieri king, Lan
They are awesome in their scope.
Yes and no. I knew it was the last book and wanted to savor it.
There are a lot of plot lines that could and should be finished in additional books. I don't know if Mr. Sanderson has plans to continue Jordan's legacy, but I hope someone does!
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