Who Do You Love: A Novel Audiobook [Free Download by Trial]

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Who Do You Love: A Novel

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From the "hilarious, heartbreaking, and insightful" (The Miami Herald) bestselling author Jennifer Weiner comes a sweeping, modern day fairy tale about first romance and lasting love.Rachel Blum and Andy Landis are eight years old when they meet late one night in an ER waiting room. Born with a congenital heart defect, Rachel is a veteran of hospitals, and she's intrigued by the boy who shows up all alone with a broken arm. He tells her his name. She tells him a story. After Andy's taken back to the emergency room and Rachel's sent back to her bed, they think they'll never see each other again. Rachel, the beloved, popular, and protected daughter of two doting parents, grows up wanting for nothing in a fancy Florida suburb. Andy grows up poor in Philadelphia with a single mom and a rare talent that will let him become one of the best runners of his generation. Over the course of three decades, through high school and college, marriages and divorces, from the pinnacles of victory and the heartbreak of defeat, Andy and Rachel will find each other again and again, until they are finally given a chance to decide whether love can surmount difference and distance and if they've been running toward each other all along. With honesty, wit, and clear-eyed observations about men and women, love and fate, and the truth about happy endings, Jennifer Weiner delivers two of her most memorable characters, and a love story you'll never forget.


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  • I absolutely adored the story! It had me captivated right from the beginning. The narrators did an amazing job as well! I can't help but hope that there will be a follow-up chapter or even a sequel.
  • I found the story to be somewhat entertaining, but I must say the narrators did not do it justice. I was genuinely surprised that I managed to finish the entire book despite the poor performance of the female reader. Her lack of emotion made it difficult to stay engaged. Usually, I enjoy Jennifer Weiner's work, but this particular novel felt repetitive and dragged on for much longer than necessary, long after it had lost my interest. Overall, I don't think it's worth the time to read or listen to.
  • No matter how much effort I put in, I couldn't really connect with the storyline of this book. Perhaps it was due to the narration - the male voice was alright (although a tad too serious), but the female voice was downright unbearable. I didn't anticipate the extent to which her voice would irritate me, which was a disappointment after purchasing the audiobook. Regardless, I simply couldn't engage with the characters and even contemplated not finishing the book because of how uninterested I was. I definitely wouldn't recommend it to anyone.
  • This book was okay. I had just finished "All Fall Down" by Jennifer Weiner and I couldn't stop listening to that one. This one was slow and there wasn't really anything special about it. The narration for Rachel was dry and emotionless. I felt like the book didn't ever tie together neatly. For example, Andy's mom is a terrible mother when he's a child, but he grows up still loving her unconditionally in a way that I think needed more monumental moments to really be believable. For $15 per book I would not recommend this one at all.