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Would you listen to Double Whammy again? Why?
Yes. Because some of the character's thoughts are so funny. I would enjoy listening again.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Davis Way. Because of her name, where she is from, her personality and sarcasm.
Which character – as performed by Dina Pearlman – was your favorite?
Davis Way, definitely.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
Just entertaining overall. The author and narrator did a great job making me feel the characters and understand their thoughts/actions.
Any additional comments?
Can't wait for the next book in the series! Please keep Dina Pearlman as the narrator -- she IS Davis Way.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
I totally enjoyed this book! It was so funny. Davis Way is a little bit pathetic (but in a funny way), quite ingenious and completely hilarious. I am so glad that I stumbled upon this book here on audible and decided to give it a try. I bought the kindle book (well worth the $2.99) and the discounted audible book (also well worth the money or the credit). Dina Perlman does a great job narrating but the book reads well in print, too (I mostly listened to it but did read some of it). I will definitely be watching out for the next book in this series. I hope they do an audible version of that one, as well.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
I was disappointed in this book as I had seen it had a lot of 5 star reviews and my expectations for it were high.
The story very difficult to get into. It didn't grab my attention in the opening chapters and from there on it was a chore to keep going with it. An easy book to put down; I even considered dropping it completely but I persevered with it. However, I won't be picking up any of the other titles in the series.
The story line was very disjointed and the romance was all very weird, stalker-ish and rushed as the two characters only meet each other officially towards the end of the book.
What annoyed me most was the silly comedy. The humour in the story was centred round Davis saying and doing really mind numbing, stupid things. But rather than finding her endearing and funny I found her extremely irritating.
I like sharp witted, intelligent humour and this book did not provide any at all.
Any additional comments?
The narrator did a good job.