This was a good read and was a bit surprising.
The author's knowledge and description of statistical analysis and processes was amazing. I was impressed.
Good reader. Fit the story and characters.
No extreme reaction.
I would read a sequel
Charley is just irreverent and funny. Such a sassy Grim Reaper
Usually the sex scenes
Angel and Strawberry (scary kids)
nothing extreme, just light entertainment
I should be getting bored, but I'm not yet. That is telling.
I think that if you are looking for a Christian story of challenge and bravery, this might appeal to you. However, it was a superficial telling of a powerful story, with a preachy feeling. The reader was annoying
Not one I'd read
This book sounded condescending to all humanity besides herself and her husband. The entire story Sarah Chrisman's tells is self serving and had such a negative tone about all of the world around her. She was comfortable with labeling others, name calling "Ms Polyester" and "Mr. Tomato Head" and criticizing ffreely most of the people she encountered. The reading contributed to the negative tone. I was so looking forward to something delightful and charming, positive, and liberating.
She tried too hard to convince the world how much of a liberated woman she is and just enjoyed telling her story. Everyone else is portrayed as idiots. She obviously gained self confidence and a greater sense of of self, it is such a shame.
No I would not be willing to listen to her again. I wonder if the reading was what cast such a negative tone to the reading of the book.
The migraine, so boring.
I couldn't wait for the book to end so I could write this review. I listen to so many wonderful books. This is just a great disappointment. I guess with the sales of this book she can have more custom corsets made, get a 1 bedroom apartment, and her own wi-fi.
Yes. You can feel the main character's trauma induced anxiety and PTSD. The relationship the trauma has to art and in particular the Goldfinch is mesmerizing. This book pulled me in and wouldn't let me go. Rich characters and situations described with incredible use of prose.
I loved how he played his Russian friend. His accents were amazing. He is truly an artist!
In the hotel room when he reached the point where he could not stand his life any longer and concluded that he must finally act on what he felt so intensely about the Goldfinch being in the hands of the wrong people.
Great art history written in a loving and passionate way. There was an interesting exposure to a variety of elements in life with which one may not be familiar. Interesting characters.
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