The lead into the point is very long - we get it after a few chapters, but the information is nonetheless very valable and well documented.
This is an information book - as stated, it is long in unwinding to the actual point. But the evidence is well covered, thorough and interesting.
Information - not emotion
Maybe the papercopy would have been more appropriate, to refer to certain points or lists, but the associated cookbook covers that. I would not have read through had it not been in audio format.
No. I am happy to have listened to the material and find the content important and thought provoking.
I found the premise for the content was spun through the book with good examples, but somewhat repetitive.
I usually get very engrossed in his books, but this one left me cold and just wanting to get to the end. The tone reminded me of "Dragnet", obviously written and narrated for a male audience.
I felt a need for more connection between the characters and stories... My perception was of three disconnected stories, all ending too tidily and neatly all at once.
Did not get much emotion from the voice, seemed like a Dragnet type narration.
Not read the others in the series.
I don't usually write negative comments, but I believe this one was warranted. Anybody else feel the same way?
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Enjoyed the book.
I love the entertainment value of reading Sophie Kinsella books. They are sweet and funny, even if predictable.
Her previous books - always charming, and love the British accent.
The wedding, of course.
I would not, I did not particularly like the narrator's voice.
The storyline was interesting and provided a good suspense. I would have liked to have a little more meat on the bone when the plot thickened. It seemed a little hastily concluded to me.
No extreme reaction but sustained interest.
Typical Nora Roberts - and I love her stuff, so I was very happy with this light, enjoyable read.A little predictable, yet still a good storyline.
Great storyline - flows well.
I would have, had I had the time. My audiobooks are my way of filling in the time during my commute in the car, or making my long runs more interesting.
I like the Nora Roberts books when they have a suspensful storyline. This one fit right into my preferences.
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