Audible offered this one up as a free download, so I nabbed it. The only negative thing about this book was that it came from Audible: the only way to burn these is to install iTunes and have it auto-split the book to CDs. This results in splits in the middle of sentences, even though there are clearly defined (by music) disc endings. If I were to re-encode this to mp3 and put it on my phone, I would also be irritated that the last half a minute of one cd is repeated at the beginning of the next. Ahh, but I digress..
This book was excellent. There's no wonder it's so popular right now. I'm not usually overly emotional, but if a writer or director can get me so into the story, I become one of the characters, I can cry (as Mark Lowry says) like Tina Faye at a yard sale. That's what happened at the end of this one. Thankfully I was alone in my car, so nobody saw. :-) There's not much else to say other than this is an all-around good, fun book. My free version was the abridged version, but I certainly wouldn't mind reading/listening to the full-length one sometime... that is, if the movie doesn't ruin the story for me.