Yes, this was a great dystopian audiobook. I thought Anya was a really strong character and I can't wait to listen to the next one. Ilyana Kadushin's narration seemed very well-suited to the story.
This was one of the most fun audiobooks to listen to. I felt like I was chatting with Tina Fey herself. I've since encouraged all my friends to listen as well.
I loved this story and definitely cried more than a few times. Polly Stone did an amazing job with all the different characters. I didn't want it to end.
I always look forward to Lisa Scottoline's audiobooks and this one didn't disappoint. So happy to go back to the Rosato characters and Maria Bello does a wonderful job bringing them to life.
As a big fan of Firefly Lane, it was wonderful to return to the characters I loved. While it was definitely sad, it was also very moving. Having the same narrator as Firefly Lane was a great touch.
Mary Beth Hurt perfectly matched the voice I imagined for Hildy Good. I didn't want The Good House to end!
Mary Kay Andrews knows how to write the perfect beach read. And this one, narrated by Kathleen McInerney, is a fantastic beach listen. I didn't want it to end.
What a wonderful tribute to Sargent Shriver and to a father. I found it very moving! And I loved hearing Mark narrate it himself. You could tell how much his father means to him.
I really enjoyed this audiobook! The story sucked me in, and I liked the narrator.
This was a great introduction to the character Robin Monarch. What a fun, edge-of-your-seat kind of listen. I'm looking forward to more Robin Monarch stories on audio.
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