Yes, I really enjoyed this book.
Enjoyed her voice.
Such a good book and great story about 3 generations of women.
A touching, funny, sad type of book that isn't dynamite but catches you with a slow burn. Definitely worth the listen.
In my top 10 favorite books I have listened to!
Charming, because the characters are so likable and appealing. Engrossing, because the story is multifaceted but easy to follow. "Cant put it down" because you want to know where the story goes. Now I have to wait for the next book.
One of my favorite writers, and narrators. It is a treat to have the author read the book to you with all the intended inflections, and creation of images. Terrific...
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I have read all of Joshilyn Jackson's books, some I have liked, others not so much, but I would have to say that this is my favorite. There was a great story line, the author's narration was awesome (I could listen to her all day!) and there was a bit of everything from mystery, to romance to humor. It was just long enough...I felt like I got my money's worth and then some.
Jackson's book reminded me a bit of Sandra Kring, who I also love.
Joshilyn Jackson's voice is so melodic, and that southern accent really adds authenticity to the story.
Maybe, the 15 year curse?
I tend to get stuck listening to a certain genre of book, lately that has been Nordic crime, so this was a really refreshing break from all the violence and bloodshed! All three female characters were expertly written and Jackson has another winner.
I like the characters & plot. The only drawback was the narrator didn't differentiate between granddaughter & grandmothers voices which was a bit confusing because they change without announcing the change.
I enjoyed the story and felt a connection with Big, but I felt the narration and the dialog for Mose spoiled it for me.
Actually I think having the author as the reader really enhanced the story. I normally don't like hearing the author read their stories...but Joshilyn really knows these characters and they come alive as she reads their stories.
As the book progressed, I found myself listening more and more often...I wanted answers to the mysteries.
I purchased this because of the great reviews and I was not disappointed. I loved the characters Big, Liza and Mosey. Such an entertaining story I hated for it to end.
The narrator helped make the story real.
Many twists and changes - you think you have it figured out but you don't