I have listened to it now 3 times. As with all Louise Penny novels, I am transported to a faraway place while losing myself in a beautiful story centered on colorful characters.
The background of Gregorian chants, the monastery and the beauty of the forest while being engrossed in the interplay of characters
He is the perfect narrator for her books. His voice is soothing and brings an authenticity to the characters and storyline. I read all of her books but really love the audio editions due to his voice quality.
Yes. Both my friends and I who listened to it were totally unprepared for the ending and are eagerly awaiting another of her novels
In every Louise Penny novel, I find such profound life lessons embedded into the dialogue. . Louise Penny has such a gift and with each recording I am transported into her little village with the characters I feel I know. Oh, how i wish I could visit and live in such a place.
I have listened to this several times. His Anti-Cancer audio was in many ways life -changing for me and this follow-up has reminded me of the our need for determination and gratitude in the face of illness.
The author's willingness to share his innermost feelings and remind us of the importance of gratitude
I felt as if I actually said goodbye to the author. I have recommended the audio to countless friends
A must follow-up from the Anti-Cancer book he did earlier
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.