Long and drawn out. They visit the characters every year, but it is all the same. He likes her. She likes him. They never quite connect for years and years and years and years.
Yes. It was a new story that hasn't already been told a million times in other books. I personally didn't see the end coming at all. Complete suprise.
None that I can think of. The different characters changing from before and after mode was a unique twist.
When Ms Nettleton spoke as her own character, her voice was charming. Unfortunately, when she had to do other characters, it was rather strange and annoying (sorry.) She made everyone sound like they had some kind of strange speech impediment.
I'd only recommend it to those who have followed the series. I found that Elliot's connection to the 9/11 bombings and the Bin Laden family was absolutely ridiculous. I was also disappointed that there was no grieving for Lauren. Everyone, including the children, just went along like nothing happened. I think she deserved more. Ending with Allen having sex with some random person was not a very fulfilling way to end the series.
I'm headed in a completely different direction. I need to listen to the last Hunger Games book. Don't laugh.
Dick is perfect for the part. He always has been.
So disappointed, Stephen. You could have done so much better.
I really enjoyed this book. It offers a lot of insight regarding the inspiration for many of his songs. Sure, his life was a bit odd, but it is what it is. I love that he narrated the book himself. It added an air of personalization to the whole experience.
This book sounded good but it just goes on and on and on. I'm going to stick it out; but, I'm afraid it will never end.
Report Inappropriate Content