It was a wonderful companion to the series. I am so thankful that real accounts of what life was like exists.
This work of fiction was a fun listen. I didn't know about the exhibit prior to listening. What a visionary Mrs. James Ward Thorne was. I would think it would not be possible to
recreate due to cost of labor. Marianne Marolne did an excellent writing and Cassandra Campbell's voice was appealing. I think Tweens would really enjoy it. So didI!
It must have been very difficult for john Williams to write such a depressing book. Robin Field did an excellent job reading. Would look for him again.
I enjoyed this book from beginning to end. It was written well and read well. Enjoy!
Loved the story. Mr. Stechschulte, you have a voice I throughly enjoyed but your Southern accent was less than stellar at times condescending to my Southern ears. Please don't ever do a Southern accent again. However, don't let this negative comment keep you from down loading the book. Mr. Stechschulte doesn't over use the accent and he really does have a pleasing natural voice.
The story kept my attention. Enjoyed Mr. Evans voice. I recommend this audio book. Would be great for a road trip or commuter.
Good story, many twists and turns, I cheered for the protagonist and jeered the antagonist...just the kind of book I enjoy.
This one is a day off listen or when traveling. Easy to pick up and put down if you have to but you won't want to.
Characters were captivating. Enjoyed the whole book. Recommend this for a rainy day with nothing to do but listen.
revealing, compelling, and fascinating
Buck, he is an honest man.
First part was slow and a bit morose. But I understand why it needed to be there after listening to the complete book. Buck's childhood formed his relationships with the horses. He is a good friend to horses and people alike.
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