Centreville, MD, United States | Member Since 2005
This was a well written and believable story about a woman who moves to a remote island in the San Juan islands to get away from her personal past and connect with her family's distant history. What she finds was her future. But it wasn't easy. The story is well written, having obviously been researched to a fine detail...the main character's struggle with depression, the rich detail about her island and the Northwest, and the creative story about her island.
The story took some interesting twists and turns and ended up where I thought it might but not for the same reasons.
Frank Muller is simply the best narrator I've ever listened to (I've listened to about 300 over the years). He is a key reason I chose FOLLY in the first place, as he generally doesn't narrate uninteresting books.
No...I listent to it while commuting. But it sure made my trips to and from work much shorter.
I just put Laurie King's sequel on my Wish List, hoping for another great story.
The story was weak.
Start over. It was just a silly story.
Not that I recall.
I'm sorry but it was a poorly conceived story made worse by a reader who was less than enthralling....
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