Romance. Historic. Believable.
The development of each character, and the precise unfoldment of the story. I learned a lot from reading this book.
The different accents would have been difficult for me to read.
Worth listening to again.
“What you do speaks so loudly that I cannot hear what you say.” ~Ralph Waldo Emerson
This is a complex story with beautiful detail. The description in this book allows the reader to feel what each character is feeling and become personally invested in this book. The reading is done in such a way that it stops sounding like a reading and becomes a conduit for the listener to "enter" the story. For fans of Diana Gabaldon, there is a nod to our most beloved characters from her series. Listen to the end, you won't be disappointed.
Not better but just as good
New York the Novel. Because of the time period and the ability of the author to transport the reader to another time
I was frequently challenged to figure out whether I was irritated more by the writing or the narrating. The story was all right, but I wouldn't recommend this audio book.
When characters from Diana Gabaldon's Outlander appeared.
Horrendous accents. Intonations that didn't quite work. It was frequently painful.
I can't believe I found another series as good as Diana Gabaldon's Outlander series. This book even makes mention of Claire, Jamie and Eann. There is no time travel, which I do miss, but the narrator is great, I like her just as good as Davina Porter. This writer brings her characters to life and leaves you wanting more. I DEFINITELY RECOMMEND THIS BOOK. It's packed with continuous drama and excitement and grabbed me from the beginning.
This is one of a few books that I think would have been better to read than listen to. If it were read by Davina Porter I would have enjoyed it much more. The accents were awful.
Nathanial if she didn't make him sound like such a bumpkin.
Her accents were realllly bad and forced and chopped.
Into the Wilderness ranks third behind Laura Kinsale's Flowers from the Storm narrated by Nicholas Boulton and the entire Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon narrated by the incredible Davina Porter.
The melding of several cultures.
Kate Reading brings all characters to life. Spectacular performance.
Nathanial Bonner of course!
Don't miss this incredible series, from beginning to end. It is often compared to Outlander, but that is hard to do. It stands alone as an excellent historical romance/life journey of Nathaniel and Elizabeth and their family I loved every minute of it!
Not much to dislike.
Too many for that!
You just must get this book if you don't want to be bored. Be prepared to lose sleep. I sure did!