Personal Rating: 3.5/5
Yearly Count: 92
Charley, a single mom of two, writes a weekly column for the Palm Beach Post. She receives a letter from a young woman named Jill who is a death row inmate. Jill has enjoyed Charley's column over the years, so she presents the idea of Charley writing her biography. This biography would include inside information that did not come out in court regarding the crime that has put Jill behind bars. This could be Charley's big break - a non-fiction book! Charley has a decision to make.
I thought this had a very interesting premise and I enjoyed both the beginning and the middle. The ending, however, was a disappointment mainly due to its predictability. Although, I didn't like the narrator of this audiobook either. She was too dramatic and unnecessarily changed her voice for the children characters which was ridiculous. That produced negative and annoyed feelings in me. So, reading Charley's Web would be the best option.