Because it was so brief, and because I haven't read his books, the interview gave me llittle to go on in terms of choosing books to read. I would say it ranks below all of the audiobooks I have heard to date.
I would have lengthened it, and included excerpts from several of his stories to give listeners a sense of the range of his books.
I actually don't recall that part of the interview ?? I did hear a young sounding woman interviewing Rick, but didn't realize that she was playing a role...
I found Rick's voice easy to listen to. He is no doubt an effective speaker with student groups.
Family, Roles, Fortitude
Gerda speaking with the postmaster and realizing that he, too, has a family.
The homecoming of Charlotte and the boys
The scene where Charlotte and Gerda shared their grief, believing that Jonathan was lost.
I enjoy Jennifer's historical base in all of her Elm Creek novels, but was looking for more information on the quilt itself ... the variety of patterns was mentioned but without detail, and the woman who chose the patterns had a very small role.
Sadly amusing story
Nothing I've read compares to this.
The comfort of being read to, with my eyes closed.
Disconnected but not discouraged
Thanks ... I was expecting a how-to for listening, mechanical tips, etc. Instead, a delightful read aloud. Memories...
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