Stupid book. All about being politically correct and accepting everything and anything goes.
My wife recommended this book to me and I really dislike reading. I chose the audiobook option because happy wife happy life right? This book managed to hold my ADD attention span and I may or may not have finished it in record time. I really enjoyed the story line and it is very well narrated. The voices the narrator does are all unique and kept me focused. 10/10 would recommend this for people who have trouble staying focused and reading.
I hope to listen again. Lovely story.
Pleasant enough with incredibly low stakes and overly animated character voices. It was a highly anticipated listen that was a struggle to finish.
Love this book!!
I enjoyed the story & character growth. The narrator did an excellent job giving each character a unique voice.
My favorite book of 2022 so far!
The narration made this book!
A wonderful, sweet, feel-good book :)
Great story, colorful characters and a really easy and fun read.
Many times since finishing this book I've wished I could erase my memory of it in order to go back and rediscover it for the first time. I lived vicariously through our conflicted and ultimately lovable protagonist as he met the inhabitants of the house on the Cerulean Sea. Every page of this novel is a joyfully immersive read. Loved it.
A gentle, sweet fantasy. Took me a little while to get into, but enjoyable in the end.
This book gives you all the feels. It’s the sweetest story with the most beautiful messages. Highly recommend!
A lovely, whimsical novel that surprised me with its fresh persperctive and heart.
This book is pure magic. The narrator did an excellent job representing each character so thoughtfully. “Don’t you wish you were here?” Why yes, yes I do!! I’ll be thinking about this book and it’s beautiful message for a very long time.
The best book of 2020!
Good until the last hour, which was horrible. I give the last hour a 2 rating. The ending was too "neat," predictable, and so overly filled with agenda writing that it suddenly was no longer about the book and became preachy. There were always underlying themes of equality, tolerance, and LGBT rights, which was fine. But the ending beat all those over the head so heavily and thickly that the last hour was unenjoyable. The author could have brought the themes across without ruining the plotline and overshadowing the characters.
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