Oona Out of Order is the best book selected by the Amazon Editorial Board. This is a novel of creative meaning that explores the meaning of living life to the fullest, even if the moment is incomplete. Margarita Montimore creates an unforgettable story about the burden of time, the tenacity of love and the strength of family.
Here are the top 3 reviews and comments that readers love about this fascinating book.
Review 1: Oona Out of Order audiobook by M. Esposito
What a waste of a good story line. The main character is someone you’d avoid like the plague if you met her. Not in any of her lifetimes was she remotely likeable. Starts as a miserable old woman, next is a 90s slut. I kept reading and hoping but she remained unredeemed. I am trying to finish this book but at chapter 21 still find it appalling. This could have been a really great story but ended up a waste of paper. 0 stars. Or negitive stars.
Review 2: Oona Out of Order audiobook by Eric chen
Not my favorite.
The initial premise of moving through time was what caught my interest. However, I was not able to sympathize with Oona at the beginning of the book. I felt as if I was thrown into her story immediately without getting to actually know her. Scenarios were set into place, knowing as if I should sympathize with her but couldn’t. I only started enjoying the book near the last hour of this audiobook, not because I was almost finished with it but because I felt as if I finally had enough context about Oona. There were some storylines I did enjoy such as McKenzie and Madelines but Oona view on destiny and how she’s faces it left me frustrated. After finishing this book, I felt as if the chapters were severely rushed, I would’ve loved to here more details and experiences but there is only so much someone can write within a set number of chapters. It left me with the feeling of wanting more from an unfinished story, not with glee but frustration and disappointment. On the plus side, I do love the narrators voice.
Review 3: Oona Out of Order audiobook by Joy
What am I missing? Boring, trite
What am I missing that so many others love? This book misses the mark in so many ways. The premise is good, book should be good, but it is poorly executed.
I am 4 hours into it and I give up. There doesn’t seem to be a point.
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