Au Revoir, Crazy European Chick kicks off with a Adventures in Babysitting (1987) vibe. So you smile and settle in for a little adventure and then BOOM! You're wrong. It's faster, wilder, and the chick really is quite crazy. The stuff she's capable of and pulls off made my jaw drop several times. Plus, unlike any book I've ever read or listened to before, the story is constantly climaxing. There is so much action that I kept thinking, "This must be it. It must end soon. This guy can't possibly take anymore." It never hits a lull or even slows down for that matter. It's awesome from start to finish and it begs to be a movie. I can't wait to listen to book two, Perry's Killer Playlist.
Wooed: Each chapter starts with a college admissions essay question that foreshadows that chapter.
Whine: Long pauses in between chapters.
Words aloud: I loved Steven Boyer. He is a perfect Perry and I really liked his accents. He has great vocal inflections. This is a nearly perfect audio listen. I strongly suggest you consider the audio.
Whippersnappers: This story is intense and sometimes bloody. Expect infidelity, profanity, murder, violence, and *HIGHLIGHT for the last word and minor spoiler* mentions to human trafficking.
Wrapping: I really like the cover but I think some of these fit it better.
Wind-up: Au Revoir, Crazy European Chick by Joe Schreiber, is narrated by Steven Boyer, published by Recorded Books, and is 5 hours and 7 minutes long. Audiobook rating: 5 stars. Narrator rating: 5 stars.
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