Probably not, but it's interesting.
I liked his wife. She seems confident and kind.
HIs voice, I suppose.
When he deal with his son.
Out of TR Ragan, this has been pretty good. Out of my entire library, there are definitly better books.
For the most part. I was anxious to find out the fate of Jared.
I like Hailey, and I don't know how to spell the character's name, but Katali, if it's spelled correctly, are good performances.
There are definitely better books. It's an easy listen.
I wouldn't say the edge of my seat, but I wanted to find out what happened.
I can't say there was a favorite.
Yeah, the ending is pretty shocking.
Kate Rudd gets better every book. Her robotic narration from the first two of the series has tapered off.
I didn't read the print
This one was pretty dark. Could have done without some of the details.
I would say Hailey, I suppose.
Not so much.
Kate Rudd's narration is improving. Not quite as robotic.
I didn't read the print version
It's a pretty good mystery.
This is the second book I've listened to in the series. I do enjoy the books, but the reader can be a bit distracting at times. It's like she's trying to read to a five-year old at times.
Sitting? That's the whole point of audiobooks, so we don't have to sit.
I like Kate Rudd. I just with she would relax a little in her reading. Sometimes it's like she's trying to read to a child.
I didn't read the print version. Audio was just perfect!
The whole book was just a fun listen. Didn't want to put it down.
They were all great! Seriously, do not pass this book up!
Even if you're not a sci-fi fan, you should try this book! Really grabs your attention and keeps you interested the whole time.
One of my favorites!
I suppose it's like other memoirs of people from my generation.
Well, he is the main character.
I didn't want it to end.
I do hope he writes more. He has a way of making the reader feel like he's written it just for you.
I like the fact Rob Lowe himself reads it. He makes you feel like he's talking directly to you.
When he talks about his kids, got me teary eyed every time.
When he was talking about taking his oldest to college, really moved me. I don't even have kids, I have no idea why it got me all misty in the eyes, but I found myself crying.
Great book overall. I hope he writes more.
The fact that Rick Springfield read it.
He wrote this book with such gut-wrenching honesty and such heartfelt warmth, it leaves you feeling like he's a close friend.
He is the character, but his idea of Mr. D was pretty darn funny.
Very good book. So much I never knew about the author.
I've listened to The Help and The Poison Wood Bible twice. I might listen to this again especially after listening to the author again to find out it's based on real people.
The author at the end tells how she came up with the idea to write the story. I had no clue until then it is based on real sisters. Fascinating. Loved it.
I like them both. I've listened to Jenna Lamia in a few other books. I really do enjoy almost anything she reads.
If you have reservations about listening to this book, throw them to the side. It is an excellent book. I did not want to turn it off.
If I answer what would have made Allegiant better, I'd spoil it for people that want to read it.
I warn you, it's just not good.
Maybe. I'm not sure. I'm really really displeased with this ending.
Tobias a/k/a Four
Not so much.
STOP READING IF YOU HAVEN'T READ THE BOOK! SPOILER ALERT.
I like to listen to these kinds of books for the warm happy fuzzy ending. I want to escape reality. Killing off main characters is not warm and fuzzy!
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