I love to listen to books while I live my life. It makes mundane things interesting. I love a great series. I welcome recommendations!
A wonderful conclusion to a series of books I really enjoyed. I re-read the entire series before reading the last book. I am sorry to see it end.
This sixth novel of Sara Donati comes as something of a reward to those who have enjoyed the first five novels in the "wilderness" series. This doesn't mean that it isn't a stand alone novel, because it is. But readers of the first five will be rewarded by this story that ties up so many loose ends. It doesn't have the high drama of the earlier novels. That has no place in this novel which contains the expectations and hopes and fears of those who have come to like the series. Highly recommended, although I would recommend the other five be read in order first. And make no mistake. This is the last novel in the series.
I got lost in this book. It feels like you are sitting beside these women listening to their lives. Thank you for such a wonderful series.
I have much enjoyed this whole series, but this one lost my interest. If John Quincy Adams or Andrew Jackson could have watched TV they might have seen "How the Bonners Breed" with the wicked sister spreading gloom.
One of the best - top ten
The story of Daniel and Martha
She is a great reader. Each character is perfectly defined by her accents and inflections. Loved her
I listened to the whole series in just over a week. It was a wonderful story with great characters and real adventures. This genre was never a choice for me before but I was hooked quickly and hated to see it end. This final book was a good ending - but I did have a few lingering questions - perhaps another hour or so would have been able to tie up Ethan's character, or Lily and Simon's story. Or perhaps another few books.....Otherwise, it didn't seem to rush. After listening to all the stories, you are left missing the characters and their stories when it ends. A truly wonderful saga.
This is a great end to the story, but you should listen to the prior books in the series. Excellant series not quit as good as the Outlander series by D. Gaabaldon but in the same style and time.
If you like this one and have not read "Outlander Series" do so you will be rewarded whith another great series. I like how the last book completed the series with out leaving you wondering what happen to the family. It is all completed in a interested way.
Good listening, though I do not know about the 2 credits. It would be a ..."must read" if it was 1 credit.
I can understand how some reviews mentioned the ening was rushed. But, after reading/listening to the ending, if it wasn't done this way it would have taken another 4 books. Just sorry the series ended.