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Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Maybe. I really liked the story, but the narration was a bit "off," for me. I balanced on loving and hating the story every few minutes because the narration didn't quite fit right for me. If that makes sense.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Dev; I am pretty sure he has Alopecia. I may have missed where it says why he is bald and has no eyebrows, but I suspect that is why he is so bald. I have Alopecia and I thought it was pretty cool to see a character with it portrayed as strong and healthy since in real life, people often think folks with Alopecia are cancer patients (I have some awkward stories :p ).
What aspect of Elizabeth Godley’s performance would you have changed?
Not horrible, but not my favorite. The pacing of that narration really bugged me. Fantastic with voice work (tones, character variations, etc). I felt like there were too many pauses and gaps in between sentences, and even when the characters were flustered, the words were drawn out and sentences annoyingly slow throughout most of the book. There were spots where it got better, but for the most part, the narration pacing was very slow. If the pace could be picked up a bit, it would be one of my favorites because of the accents, tones, variations are done very well; they aren't over the top, and I can imagine real people attached to them.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Wong place, Right Time? :p
Any additional comments?
I can't wait to dive into the next installment! :)
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The female lead in this one is more mature and likable than the first one IMO. I liked that she was a single mom, I liked that Dev had his own set of insecurities, and the story was believable. I can't say it rocked my world, but it was cute, sweet and gave me a few chuckles -- a nice way to pass time driving to and from work.
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