Never Enough Time

Narrated by: Gabrielle de Cuir
Length: 10 hrs and 7 mins
3.5 out of 5 stars (26 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

What if your entire life passed by in just seven days? 

Sixteen-year-old Delaney Archer always waits until the last moment to do everything. Nevertheless, she is the top student in her class. She's even about to graduate as valedictorian - until one morning when she wakes up in a strange place. 

Suddenly, she finds herself in graduate school. Seven years of her life have disappeared without a trace since she went to bed last night, but how? 

It takes a while for Delaney to get used to things. But it's not all bad, right? After all, she can drink alcohol now, and she has almost finished school. 

Then she wakes up the next day and another seven years have passed. Every day is another brand-new adventure for Delaney as she struggles to adjust. But no matter what she tries, she just can't seem to break the cycle. 

Now she just has to figure out what's happening - before time runs out.

©2019 R. T. W. Lipkin (P)2019 Skyboat Media

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A good waste of time

It is just pure “tween” reading. A teenager love story at its best . Again a good waste of time

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Weird Story - Not a Romance

The first part of this book was great - the author built the story but then it got weird and fizzled out. The closer to the end you got, the more esoteric the story became. I felt it lost focus and was trying to be something different than what it started, especially when they began the seance, the spirit guides, etc. It felt like a let down and unresolved. The main character had some redeeming moments when she wasn't screaming through the day in a sense of anger so large it gave me a headache to listen. I am not a prude and didn't think about it when the other reviewers said the F bomb was overused. Now I get it, as it felt like HUNDREDS of F bombs to the point it distracted from the story.

So... it started as a story of lost love, morphed into family sadness, a best friend that treats her like crap and ends up with a weird unfulfilled ending. Wish I hadn't chosen this one as it left me feeling bad.

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language...

I would have loved listening to this story were it not for the many f*bombs and coarse language. It's just not necessary to telling the story. I cringed everytime I heard it. I realize that many people speak this way but it bothers me greatly.

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Really! Worry about this author!!!

Ended up listening to the whole thing because I wanted to know the ending, but have to say if the FFFFFF word is the main vocabulary it makes it really hard to listen to. I'm not talking about every other work, it's several times in a row, over and over and over and over!!!!!! Hope you don't waste a credit on this one.

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WOW JUST A FANTASTIC JOB!!

This was out of my usual interest but still fantasy and adventure and comedy, happiness and sadness and just a fun and great easy way to use up the hours in a day flying through a interesting journey of one 17 yr old teenage girl well almost 17 that is ...lol :)
Until the dreadful moment when she awakens the next morning noticing one impossiblilty after another. Also, the best parts for me were the main characters constant crazy, lighthearted, wild ideas and theories throughout her journey and her laugh out loud mouth and the unbelieveable things she is dealing with and dishing out!!
I don't really want to say anything else because the story is such a refreshing change to any audible listener that you have to enjoy this adventure and perplexing situation of just what is exactly happening and why!!! :)
I have never been so out of my vampire romance series here and felt so happy to speak about a book especially one that I went completely blindfolded in to from the beginning and am so glad I did. So, what's there to loose a audible credit, one credit infact that you can immediately request be returned right back to your account if it isn't for you but if it is and you do get to enjoy the story like I did then it's a win/win for you so either way you can only stay with what you have now or gain a experience you are unwilling to give back afterwards:)!

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  • Mark Williams
  • 06-26-19

Great Book

Narrator is great and the story keeps you thinking all the way through. Possibly a follow up?