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I LOVED Neanderthal seeks human. The story captivated me and I couldn't get enough. I tried to pike this story and it started off promising. But between the weird Italian accents (one person had Italian heritage but wasn't from there had a bad Italian accent) and the story that took FOREVER to go anywhere after hour three, I stopped listening. I have almost four hours left and I just can't bring myself to finish. Glad I got it on sale.
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Another disappointing book from Audible's Romance Package. I chose this from there Sweet level collection and got not romance but a tale lust and spineless immature adults. There was more real sweet romance in The Hunger Games series and admirable characters than in this book. This book should not have been listed as Sweet. Audible fail.
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I expected to like this book as much as Neanderthal Seeks Human, sadly I didn't. The two main characters became more and more irritating and annoying as the storyline progressed and some of the plot lines were just ridiculous. By the end I just didn't care.
Troubled grief riddled child/adulthood story. The internal dialogue in this story went on and on. I know this is how it can be I real life the negatives on repeat in your mind overruling thoughts and reality but my sympathy waned into irritation.
Loved Nick, what a lovely person it's a shame the humour/charisma he's supposed to have didn't translate to the audio book, frankly nothing he said was either funny or witty...
It was very well narrated. I had an issue with him having an Italian accent having lived all of his life in America??? However, her Italian dialogue was unoffensive to listen to.
I love this book and the audio was convenient for the long car drive to and from university :)
I almost heard the clunking mechanisms that kept the protagonists apart. It didn't help that the flimsy, poorly explained reasons she kept her distance from Nico seemed to keep changing and were all fairly silly. I didn't feel connected to the main character at all and never really got a sense of who she was. Such a shame, because I really enjoyed the first book in this series.