I love John Green but this one fell flat. It also really bugged me how the reader kept pronouncing "Katherine" as "Kath-a-rine" especially since it was repeated so many times in the story!
It was both pretty unrealistic and fairly boring. It didn't have the emotional impact his other books have.
Maybe by Michelle Hodkin but never by Christy Romano.
I would recommend the first 2 books but I was very disappointed by this last one.
She was just terrible. All her intonations were wrong and she kept mis-pronouncing words such as "contraindication" which she said as "con-train-diction." She broke up sentences in an odd way, had a terrible English accent, and really wrecked the listening experience for me.
As a series, maybe.
It's too bad - I really liked the first 2 books (despite the narrator) and was looking forward to this one. I found myself rolling my eyes at too many spots.
One of the best books I've listened to.
There are so many. The language is just beautiful and it permeates all the scenes.
Definitely but it's long! I was sad it was over. I even got a little teary. I will miss the characters.
Just a wonderful deep beautiful book about the waste of war and so many other things. Just listen to it.
The reader is wonderful as is the writing. The characters are vivid and I cared about Cormoran and Robin.
He is wonderful with the different characters and doesn't mispronounce words like so many readers. He draws you into the story.
I am loving this series by J.K. Rowling. I am glad that she is succeeding in this new genre!
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