Temecula, CA | Member Since 2012
The "how to" instruction
Very good suggestion for developing/building connection to our guides and understanding ourselves and life purpose.
Didn't really get any insights from this book like some of her others. She loves her dog, don't we all?!
You could have done much better Shirley!! I usually love your books on spiritual growth, this one not so much (not at all).
Trying to figure out how the mystery would unravel. As always, the end was a total surprise!!
She is the best narrator I have listened to. A gifted storyteller.
Kate Morton has such a gift for weaving a story and like magic it unravels at the end with in a perfect finish, not to be given away throughout the novel. Bravo!!
As always, Kate Morton's story weaves a secret held until a most unexpected end. And Caroline Lee's expertise at giving every character a distinct voice and personality.
Not on the edge of my seat but always wondering what would be reveled next. Better than "edge of my seat."
Yes. As usual, excellent!
I get very attached to Kate Morton's characters. Caroline Lee is a first rate narrator.
Again, my favorite author and narrator.
Story was well written. Subtle humor and engrossing.
All of it!
When tiger left.
I recommend to all. Entertaining, kept me listening. Excellent narrator.
Hard to listen to and couldn't get into what was going on.
I can't even answer the questions. I was bored from the beginning trying to make sense of it. I just stopped.
Really can't think of anyone who would get to the end.
No, hard to understand.
I couldn't finish it. It never got my interest. A real snoozer.
Yes, I just have to get past the narrator making the main male character sound like a pervert.
I don't think any were really "memorable".
If she doesn't do exrotic romance.
Sensual with baggage.
I liked the story, but this genre is not the narrator's nitch. I had to really try to hear a different voice for male lead, she ruined that character with her spin on how he would talk. Really took away from the story.
In my "really like it" list.
All of them. Each had a valuable place in the overall story.
She did well with all of them. Good narrator.
No, just couldnt stop listening!
Sarah Addison Allen does it again, produces a "can't put it down" book.
A plot!! Finish the story!
No! Not a narrators voice.
This could be a great novel if it was finished. I was just getting into the story when it was over, with no point. I have read several Sarah Addison Allen books and loved them. All her other books are well written, great plots, interesting characters. This started out that way then abruptly ended. I'm glad this was not the first one I read or I would not try others. Please Ms Allen, never use this narrator again, boring, dry, terrible drawl accent.
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