Reading, for me, is entertainment and an escape from the real world. But it can also inform and stretch the boundaries of the life I live.
This story delivered exactly what I was looking for, a light, entertaining read for escaping from the stress of my everyday world. The plot twists and character motivations were transparent, the Inoperable Bullet plot device was ridiculous, and the character arcs and Happily-Ever-Afters were both convenient and unconvincing, but I wasn't inclined to think too critically about these. I liked the self-deprecating, humorous tone of the narrative and the strong female characters - no hand-wringing wimps waiting for rescue here. No rapey, controlling, overly-testosteroned heroes, either. I would give the story three stars but added a fourth star for the loving treatment of the theme park setting and the(show spoiler)
This audiobook was competently read by Angela Dawe, but she didn't blow my socks off.
Borrowed from my public library, via Overdrive.