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"Johansen pushes the gender boundary in popular fiction, offering up that rarity: a woman's novel for men." (Publishers Weekly)
I agree with an earlier post about the reader. It was hard to distinguish between male and female voices. I found myself going back over parts of the book to figure out who was saying what a couple of times. I went through half of the book before I got into it. I almost gave up and turned it off and then the second half drew me in a little more. It was a decent story and could have been presented a little better.
The reader tries to do male and female voices -the males sound like chipmonks and the females, breathless. Her reading makes it nearly impossible to enjoy the book.
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