This book started off a little on the slow side for me. As the story began to unfold, I had a difficult time putting down my MP3 player. I wanted to hear more and to see what happens to the characters involved. In the end, I really enjoyed listening to the story and wanted to hear more.
Joanne Fluke is one of my favorite mystery authors. My daughter and I have read all her series. I decided to try one of her audio books instead of buying the hardcover this time. As always, I loved the story and can not wait until her next title comes out to find out more about Hannah Swenson life. I will have to say I found the interruption for the recipes a little annoying as I typically skip over the recipes until I've read the entire story. Afterwards, I go back and look over the recipes. My wish would be to have the recipes in a seperate type file to download.
I have always wanted to pick up and read a Debbie Macomber story just have never found the time. My Audible account allowed me to purchase and download one as I searched for a new book to listen to as I walk my dogs on a daily basis. The book was great. It was not a disappointment as I sometimes feel with some of my other favorite authors audio books. The narrator is easy to listen to and does not do over kill on the various character voices. I will definitely be downloading another one of Debbie Macomber books.
I have read a couple of Mitch Albom books and have always loved his stories. This book was no different. I could not stop listening. His stories are always inspiring. You will not be disappointed.
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