Yes, and I already have. As soon as I finished it I wanted to start from the beginning to hear the story again once I knew the full details.
Mary and Ollie, Both leaped out of the stereo for me. I didn't care much for Percy.
Mary, by far. I felt her voice matched the character flawlessly.
Yes, but it was far too long to do so.
I had previously listened to Tumbleweeds, and have always enjoyed Southern fiction in general. I liked Roses much more, it was less predictable and more rich in it's storytelling. I especially enjoyed that the book spanned such a large scale of time and included a lot of historical details. Well researched, well written, beautifully narrated. 5 Stars from me.
ENJOYED LISTENING DIDNOT WANT IT END NARRATOR WAS CLEAR AND MADE IT VERY ENJOYABLE RECOMMEND IT HIGHLY
At first, I thought this was just going to be a take-off from Gone With the Wind. But it turned out to be a good story. Good narration.
This book is awful. Maybe Coleen Marlo is a good narrator and she got an awful product to narrate, but her southern drawl of men and the women, is grating...but then so is the dialogue. Unless you want a predictable droning story of Texas cotton and rich folk, avoid this book. This is one I'll delete from my iPod without finishing.
I had such a hard time getting past the terrible "Texas" accent that I couldn't enjoy the story of the book. Also, the sound was low and difficult to hear even though I had my device at full volume.