©2003 Daniel Coyle; (P)2003 Books on Tape, Inc.
"An impressive debut." (Booklist)
"Coyle tells Sara's story with graceful eloquence and authority, tracing the subtle trajectory of her return to a state of emotional equilibrium." (Publishers Weekly)
This book was indeed the most booring book I have ever read or listened to. The reader was unremarkable and frankly there should have been another reader for the male lead because it was hard to tell who was talking at times. I just kept waiting for something to happen because the story was not very compelling and when the curtain rose it was a dud of a conclusion. I thought the book was over at that point but it kept going making me hope and pray that something more was going to happen, maybe a twist or turn, but to no avail because it went back to being boring for another 45 minutes. After the conclusion of the main theme of the story a "and they lived happily ever after" would have done it for me instead of stretching this incredibly lackluster story further to an end that frankly I did not care about.
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