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Disconnected: An eShort Story (Kindle Single) Kindle Edition
|Length: 54 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
|Page Flip: Enabled||
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Top Customer Reviews
Without notice it, Shannong and her new friend Devante will help somebody as they follow the trace of those messages.
This is a really good short story. It reminds me 28 days with Sandra Bullock. Shannon needs to change everything in her life but she doesn’t have anybody who can help or support her. Right, this was her fault because she pushed everybody away but it’s so sad.
Step by step, she’s improving her life but she rushes into a mystery, a crime or something weird through random text messages in her new phone.
I enjoyed read and listen this story, the ending took me by surprise.
Narrated in third person by Jess Weixler, this was my first audiobook with her, she does a pretty good interpretation, her voice is nice, and she changes it for each character.
My rate for Disconnected by Jennifer Weiner is 3.5 goody stars because this book is agreeable
That part of the story was really good -- watching Shannon struggle just out of rehab and reading about the events that landed her in rehab, it was great writing ... I just kept waiting to find out what the point of the story was.
There is a great line at a pivotal moment, as Shannon is met with a startling revelation, that reads, "What a joke. It turned out that God was just another one of those writers in Brooklyn, moving chess pieces around some cosmic board for his own amusement, telling Himself a story." If the story had ended right there then I'd have thought it was great. What came after that line just wasn't for me though -- and that's where it derailed for me, because after I finished reading it I still wasn't sure what the point was.
Great writing, and most of the story is great ... 3.5 out of 5 stars.