I loved having this unabridged version on audio, narration was great.
some parts were tedious to listen to, so maybe I would have stuck closer to the plot
this compares very well to her other performances
choices and challenges
I love historical fiction, and having lived in Fayetteville NC for a time, I remembered some of the places mentioned in the book, especially the slave auction post that is still standing in the old downtown, as a reminder of that horrible part of US history. Once again, Diana Gabaldon hooked me till the end, I have just ordered book number 7.
Hearing Davina Porter bring back all my favorite characters after missing them was great.Least favorite part was the ending, spoiler alert
I would recommend it only because if you've already read everything else, this only goes to follow. The story doesn't really move forward too much.
I love all the characters, Jaime and Claire the best.
It definitely should have a follow up, there were too many things left undone.
After a long and twisting story, it seems like the author just got tired of writing and dumped the ending without working all the characters up to it, I felt disappointed after having put in all that time reading the book.
this is a great story,typical Maeve Binchy warmth and intrigue. The narrator has a lisp, but you get used to it.
It seemed to me that it took a while for the story to get going, but once it did, it moved right along and made me want buy the next bookin the series.
I was pleasantly surprised by this choice, the yoga sequence has a nice flow, soothing backround music with good sound quality, very focused guidance, the narrator's voice is calm.I feel like I've gotten a workout, while relaxing at the same time!! I plan to buy more. Paula
The reading by Lynne Redgrave was superb, she made my favorite characters come to life.The only thing I didn't like, was that I accidently bought the abridged version, my favorite part was edited out for the audio. Winter Solstice is my favorite Rosamund Pilcher book,
I loved this book. It wasn't hard to get into, the characters are warm and real. John Keating is the perfect narrator who gives the story a feeling of validity. If you want to curl up with a cup of tea and get away, this is it, as are the sequels.
Report Inappropriate Content
If you find this review inappropriate and think it should be removed from our site, let us know. This report will be reviewed by Audible and we will take appropriate action.