Yes, and I did. I enjoyed the perspective from an outside party view...Bree. It was facinating to hear what went on in Seattle.
Bri but maybe Fred. I will wonder what happened to him
She was as good as Ilyana Kadushin. Very good
The Wasting of Bree
I liked it as I did with all the books. I want more. What about Fred? What about new characters with other gifts. The gifts are fun to read about. More please!
descriptive, curious, surprising
Not necessarily a book but a TV show, Columbo!
Warmth of character, I could see every movement and facial tick.
No, I had to stop to go to the bathroom.
Loved the lead characters, could see it as a movie, wondering who will play the parts.
Learning I need to try this and see if it is do-able
The reader kept an at times technical book interesting.
It scared me for my grandchildren.
I could picture the Island and the story vividly in my mind. It kept my interest even driving on the Interstate!
Not sure but would have picked someone who could distinguish voices of the characters better.
It was irresistable
I have a horrible commute to and from work, 45 minutes in heavy traffic...Road rage bonifided if you can't think of anything else. I enjoyed listening to this book so much that I lost track of time. It is mind candy. It takes you to another place and suddenly...I'm home. I wanted to sit in my car and keep listening. The narrator was great. He kept all the characters in voice and made them believeable. I'm from Phoenix so it made the story even better but I would have liked the humor and wit if the city was New York! Starting the 3rd book tomorrow!
Leif, the vampire with a latte, speaking home boy
Picturing Mrs MacDonagh face while thinking about Atticus in boxers
Everything you have heard is real!
I love listening to books. It is my prefered reading method.
The horse. It was refreshing to hear the animals point of view. It made my humanity look inferior.
The horse Joey, and Top Thorn. Top Thorn is forever ingrained in my mind. Such a waste!
When Emily walked into the house after loosing the horse. I could feel the pain of loss that you knew was gone forever.
I have not seen the movie yet as I know how sad it is throughout the book, I will eventually.
When I read this book I was told it was rich in verbal visuals. What I didn't know was that I came home. Living 33 years in Flagstaff I felt like I came home. Beautifully written and I'm amazed at what most now consider hardship as being basic necessities. It was the time of my grandparents. A world we could only read about now. Wonderful book!
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