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I think maybe I'm just in the wrong point in m life to enjoy this book. I tried to like it and listened to the first 14 chapters but I finally decided that any book I had to force myself to listen to wasn't worth it. I'm an adult with children and a job; I just don't have the time for the obsessive self analysis in this book, the teen characters in this book probably wouldn't like me either. I'm giving it two stars for interesting writing and a truthful account of being a young woman in the US but I just couldn't bring myself to listen to all of this.
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I was excited about this audiobook and decided to spend the extra loot to obtain it. Half-way through this ridiculous slop, I am wondering why I was not PAID to read it instead of the other way around.
The writer truly should have jotted her obsessive thoughts into a diary rather than attempting a novel. I kept waiting for SOMETHING to happen but it droned on and on and on turning the most minute thoughts into exsistential arguments (between 17 year olds no less).
I imagine if the author went to a party, she would be the guest everyone would avoid since if you asked her if she liked the wine, she would go off on tangent about the shape of a wine glass and how it may effect the continuum of time and space. Actually, I jest. Her word vomit is not that deep. If she were writing a recipe she would probably tell you when to blink between rolling the dough and act as if it was a knew and novel idea that you could not have considered without her assistance.
Summing this up I would have to say it is the longest bore I have ever read. It is so bad you will get angry at having been duped, by the description, into buying it.
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