One Christmas, Darla was given a mystical gift, along with an ominous message. Years later, meeting Chris puts her head in a spin. Could it be that gift from long ago holds the key to their happiness?
Would you consider the audio edition of It's a Marshmallow World to be better than the print version?
I'm not sure, as I don't have a copy of the print version.
What other book might you compare It's a Marshmallow World to and why?
I think it is in its own world - unlike any book I've read.
Did Hollie Jackson do a good job differentiating all the characters? How?
She did an okay job - I wasn't a fan of Chris' voice.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Any additional comments?
This is my full review!
This is my second book by Diane Rinella, and I'm becoming a fan of her work. It's A Marshmallow World is a lot lighter than the other book I read of hers, but I enjoy lighthearted reads between my normal chaos. This was a great book to listen to while doing busy work around my house. I thought Darla and Chris were too cute, and I'm hoping there is more from them in the following books. Darla was the perfect amount of understanding and stubborn. I'm sure her friends are just as interesting from the brief moments you see them. The paranormal aspects were also pretty adorable; Gran was my favorite character hands down. The audiobook was a little over 2 hours, and I'm craving more from this story. I wasn't really keen on the narrator, but she started growing on me towards the end. I also adore the holiday/Christmas theme - I'm a little sad it's still half a year away. I'm already feeling the season thanks to this book.
(I received this book for an honest review but my thoughts are my own)