Would you consider the audio edition of Landline to be better than the print version?
I disliked the American voice, just because I think the accent is whiny and irritating when telling a story (sorry!), so that's why I would say the print was better. But on the other hand, the audio gives you the emotions etc.
What other book might you compare Landline to, and why?
A Sophie Kinsella novel.
What about Rebecca Lowman’s performance did you like?
As I said, her ability to portray the emotions.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
There's a line that Neal said when he was proposing that particularly moved me.
Any additional comments?
I didn't like the ending - it was all way too left open for my liking. Can we have a sequel please, perhaps focusing on Seth? But it was a really sweet story , not what I was expecting after reading other bad reviews.
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finished it in two days although i have an exam tomorrow i just couldn't put this book down! it was so intriguing and it just kept me wanting to listen more. The narration is beautifully done.
I absolutely loved listening to this book. it's a great story, one of my favourite