This was surprisingly entertaining as an audiobook, since it really wasn't plot-driven, but detailed daily life of a single woman in 1938 Manhattan. As the author drove home (perhaps redundantly) at the end of the book, the small decisions you make while in your 20s can determine your life's path. The lives of the rich and details of that time period were described so vividly through Katey's eyes...it was just fun. I loved the few teaser details about Katey's later life that we got at the beginning, which really made you wonder how it would all play out. And, I have Walden on my Kindle now.