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Book is awesome, narration not so much
All the characters sound exactly the same, and there was no way to tell when something was "thought" or said out loud. Story was fantastic and more than made up for it.
Picked this up days after reading the Kindle version - as soon as it became available. The narration takes an already great book to another level. Not sure what else to say here. Cari Hunter does not disappoint. Neither does Nicola Victoria Vincent.
Thrilling from the get-go
Had me on the edge of my seat from start to finish. Fantastic read. The narration was ok. Just wish the narrator differentiated voices a bit more.
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Great on Kindle, even better in audio.
Loved this book when I read it on Kindle, so I was excited to see the audio version. I'd forgotten just enough of the story to make this reading just as exciting as the first time. Great narration (I especially love the way Dawe did different accents) and well worth listening to.
I didn't pick up this book right away because of a bad review. Should have ignored it. The story is wonderful. I love Kris Bryant's writing style. She portrayed perfectly what it's like to be in a long-distance relationship. Good narration, and well-worth reading.
A "must read"
Finished this book last night and now I can't stop thinking about it. It's an incredibly creative, unique story, and it'll make you examine your reality. It'll make you want to go back and read it again to catch all the "clues" you might have missed the first time around. Eliza Andrews' writing is beautiful, and the narration here will have you experiencing the story as if you're right there with the characters. I can't recommend this book highly enough.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
...so much so, that I don't know if I can do it justice with this review. So I'll just say, "5 stars," and you need to read it for yourself. Everything I've read by Eliza Andrews so far has been wonderfully unique, and this story takes it to an entirely different level.
The narrator, by the way, was perfect.
Loved this book so I picked it up on audio. The narrator was great and added to my enjoyment of the story. This is one of those books I'll be reading again and again.
I'm not sure what it was about this book, but it's probably the first Radclyffe novel I didn't absolutely love. I didn't really care for any of the characters, and the love story...well, let's just say I didn't feel it or believe it. Maybe it was the narration? Not sure.
Wonderfully surprising short story
There's so much in this short story that I barely know where to begin my review. It's about the stories we tell ourselves versus reality. It's about love, and avoidance. And it's about escape, and about seeking connection. It's surprising, and wonderful, deep and thought-provoking, and I highly recommend it for a quick read that will stay with you a while.