The family bond, helping each other get through tough life changing turmoil.
There are serious intimate sexual details described in the book. For me bordered on too much.
Didn't really care for this book Too much how to get the guy or the girl without a interesting plot or story line
Good character voice changes. It feels like your listening to a play.
Definitely worth the a read or listen
I would not be interested in reading another Faulkner book however I thought Will Patton did good job of narrating.
The overly descriptive nature of Faulkner's work is lost on me. I find myself daydreaming or getting lost on what he was describing or talking about. I really hated reading this book but I kept reading in hopes that it would have some redeeming ending. Not.
It was a very good listen. However, the slavery story of south has been done before and I felt this made the book a little predictable.
Yes, great narration with a great southern accent
The mother- glam-ma
History lesson, importance of family in rough times, learning to trust again
This is a really good story of southern life through a young girls eyes which is set in the 1960's.
Yes, because the narration by the author makes the book come alive with his native language and english interpreation.
The narration, the history of Afganstan, the story of a father and son (s). a story of two friends...I could go on and on.
The narrator his Australian accent and impressive way he brought the characters to life.
Tragic but beautiful.
Everything! He is my favorite narrator to date!
Jessica, she is brave, strong, and her girl power speaks to me!
It may interest a young reader...middle school or late grade school.
I found the book akin to Dr. Seuss the words read aloud were sing songey.
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