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Would you consider the audio edition of Not Quite Crazy to be better than the print version?
Yep, already did
What other book might you compare Not Quite Crazy to and why?
Pretty much every other book in this series. The series characters are all linked which makes it a bit easier to follow if you start at book one, but it's not necessary. The overlapping of characters is what makes this series so unique. Each one stands on it's own with it's own merit and makes the next one worth the read.
Have you listened to any of Amy McFadden’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
Yes. They are all really well done and the narrator is perfect. There were no technical issues with this one.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Two strangers brought together by fate
Any additional comments?
This is such a unique story line. There are some twists in the story that you will not see coming. The nice thing about this is the strength built between the two characters where the difficulties they face are from external supporting characters. It makes the outcome so much more than a basic ending. You will fall in love with these two and fight the urge not to slap some of the moments that will drive you crazy. I literally started talking out loud from frustration at certain points (e.g.: "you've got to be kidding me!", "are you serious...seriously!", etc.), which supports the true essence of this book.
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Overall, this was a nice story. Amy McFadden always does a great job with the various characters. There wasn't the usual weak female lead so that's a plus! There were still the typical romance checklist items though- that electricity, few sex scenes, problem to solve, Fall in love after a month...
The one thing that I was a bit surprised at was the very ending dialogue. It just seemed kind of weak. Something about their crazy love and then blam - that was the end. Maybe there was a time crunch or something....