not from christopher moore, although it seems like a creative and interesting story.
No, I guess I don't appreciate the irreverent humor and especially the foul language. It ruins the book for me.
I didn't listen to very much of it.
It would be nice if books had a profanity rating.
This book was interesting to listen to, but why can't an author write a gripping story that has some shred of decency in it. The main character started out with some goodness in him, but continued to become more and more of a delinquent as time went on. And I liked him less and less. I don't know if I could recommend it to anyone.
I thought the main character was depressing. I know the story was about a tragedy, but it was hard for me to like her. She was boring, rude, selfish, and immoral. I felt like she didn't have many redeemable qualities. So It didn't make me feel much sympathy for her even though I should have. I think because I couldn't connect with the main character, the story dragged on. I just didn't like it that much.
I thought the narration of this story was well done, but the story itself was dumb. I hoped there would be more of a story about Rosalyns ghost to finish up the book, but there wasn't a great story about her either.
If the story would have some redeeming value. It was all about self absorbed people with horrible morals.
This book was a little hard to get into at first, but I found it enjoyable after the first hour or so. I also felt like a lot of the story was a rip off of Little Women and Anne of Green Gables. Even so, it was still a good read.
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