How much is too much to love?
Travis Maddox learned two things from his mother before she died: Love hard. Fight harder.
In Walking Disaster, the life of Travis is full of fast women, underground gambling, and violence. Just when he thought he was invincible, Abby Abernathy brings him to his knees.
Every story has two sides. In Jamie McGuire's New York Times best seller Beautiful Disaster, Abby had her say. Now it's time to see the story through Travis's eyes.
©2013 Jamie McGuire (P)2013 Simon & Schuster, Inc.
Being a mother of 4, a full time student and married into the Military books are my escape from my reality.
I loved how it was Travis's time to tell this love story from his view. To be able to see and feel the other person version is very unique in a love story series.
I love the ending in the book, it was a modern " ....and they lived happily ever after."
This is the first book narrated by Dan Bittner but I will be searching for others from him.
I laughed, I cried and I swore at Abby's character for being so blind and stupid at times.
Intense. Deep. Dysfunctional.
The opening of the book with Travis as a child talking to his mom before she died.
When I bought this book and Beautiful Disaster I had treated myself to three other books. Well a week later I have yet to hear the others meanwhile I've listed to BD 3x & I'm on the 5th time around with WD. It's amazing how the second book that covers Travis' point of view could actually be better than the first. Countless times while listening to a book with my favorite couple the author chooses one point of view to go over and not the other. But I want to know what the other half is going through while the author is talking about...let's say the main character's pain. You feel the whole experience of the love & lost, happiness & pain. And in Walking Disaster the ending is one of the sweetest one I've ever heard. The narrator Dan Bittner does an outstanding job. So much so he brought me to tears a few times. Each book could stand on their own but so so worth getting them both.
Beautiful Disaster & Walking Disaster have quickly become 2 of my all time favorite book. Find out why.
I really liked the first book; but I LOVED this one! I love Travis' point of view and learning more about his family. Also the narrator is amazing.
I enjoyed listening to Travis interpretation he might have a thick candy shell but he has a heart of gold.
Loved the original Beautiful Disaster Abby's story
Nothing to compare it to
Great love story where two people with a past rose above it all and got the happy ending they deserved.
Great story of girl meets the local bad boys and falls head over heels for him. The first book had me hooked and I was so excited about this one. This book actually recounts almost all of the same events in the first book but from the male character, Travis Maddox, point of view. We get an in depth look into his mind to understand the events that occurred in the first book. I've listened to other books that try to do the same concept and fail, but this book does the best job.
NO, I rarely ever read or listen to the same book twice
He is a good narrator,
Trevor was my favorite character. I loved following him and how he discovered his feelings for Abby and how he dealt with the confusions of his life.
Dan Bittner bought the characters to life. I felt like I was going through life with them.
The Epilogue was excellent. Loved reading about how life turned out for Travis and Pigeon.
Can't wait for the next book from this awesome writer.
Yes! I could not stop listening to Walking Disaster!!
The whole book was great!
Edgy Modern College Romance!
This is a must read!
I listened to the first book twice. The first time was a while back but when the second book came out I wanted to reread the first one so it was fresh in my mind. I forgot how much I loved it the first time around. I love that each book is the same story from different perspectives. The connection between the characters is so intense and relatable. It made you want to know more. The second book really brought the story to closure.
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