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Would you consider the audio edition of Capture: Elements of Chemistry to be better than the print version?
Well, I only did a semi-dual read via audiobook (mainly) and e-book (for highlighting favorite moments) formats. But for me, having a narrator animate moments is always a bonus when said narrator is as good as Cris Dukehart was.
What other book might you compare Capture: Elements of Chemistry to and why?
I'd compare EOC to On Dublin Street (On Dublin Street #1) by Samantha Young because the heroes Martin and Braden respectively are similar even though their ages are different.
Which scene was your favorite?
I loved the scene that lead Kaitlyn to make the following mental conclusion;<br/><br/>‘He really was my mirror. He was on my side. We were a team. We moved in unison, toward a common goal, and it was a beautiful thing.’ ~Kaitlyn
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
‘Love...is being a sidekick’ - Taken from Kaitlyn's observation ‘Love, I decided, is being a sidekick.’
Any additional comments?
I also really loved Kaitlyn's relationship with her parents. I loved their switch from phone conferences to Skype video calls for their weekly agenda meetings. And the opening conversation she had with her dad made me smile so hugely when I heard it. He really hit the nail on the head when he explained the following; <br/><br/>“We all belong to ourselves, until we have children. Then our children lease us for as long as they want.” ~Kaitlyn’s dad<br/><br/>Overall experience: 4.5 stars / Performance: 5 most-excellent stars / Story: 4.5 stars
I loved this and and really love Penny Reid. The first installment was more immature and I like how the couple grew up. The heroine reminds me of Flat Out Celeste. An adorable portrayal of Aspergers. Great narration too.
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