carefully because of the language
the final "letter" Edward recives from his father
he does a very good narration
When will we get a rating system or better yet family friendly versions of these great books?
This is more like "I Wish You Well", which was a very good listen.
If you enjoy Sparks, you will like this.
I liked this as much as "Last Man Standing", My first Baldacci book. Two totoaly different stories, both excelant reads.
Near the top
This is excellent family fair. Fast paced and very interesting. The ending is complete, but sets up for many sequels which I hope come soon.
Maybe when and if Audible gets the rest of the book
The book just stops in the middle of everything. Very disapointing.
very suspencefull and fairly fast paced.
I always enjoy future histroys and this fit right in. Absolutely no profane language or even implied sex.
She is a good narrator with good timing and the perfect voice for "Catnes". Her other characters were distinct. You didn't have to try to figure out which person was talking.
It was very sad in spots, but it also had a lot of "feel good" moments and hummor.
Good does win in the end without a fairy tale feeling.
Profane language used even in general conversation. We listen as a family and this is not family fare. Quit after a hour or so. Too bad as we like this type of story.
I truly wish that there was a rating for audio books like movies.
I have made this suggestion to audible several times over the years
Anger that I spent even the $4.95 on this audio porn.
This is an excellent story. It smacks of the reality of what probably happened during and just after 9/11. The multiple narrators was a nice touch.
Except for prolific profanity it would have been perfect. This is not a story that the whole family will want to listen to.
It is a shame that the authors chose to use extreme language (by only 1 character), and include a very explicit sex seen.
This would have been an excellent family read, and rated 5 stars. Neither the sex nor the language added anything to the story.
This is a truly great biography of a super dog. It is a little long on the history and biology of all dogs, and the author dwells a little too much on the sex life of this "fixed" male. This is limited to a small segment near the end of the first halve of the book.
Other wise this would be a full five stars from me.
No words can describe the experience of listeing to this compilation of works. You must experience it for yourself.
One word of caution is the language in some of the peices, crude but understandable under the conditions.
My bigest complaint is not with the book, but with Audble's insistance on inserting their "Audible hopes you have enjoyed this program" at the end. It seames totaly inapropriate for this book and many other books based on true life where there is no "happy" ending.
Don't get me wrong, there are many upbuilding stories but, I can only imagine how a mother or sister or brother of one of the "Heros" of this conflict would feel hearing that blurb at the conclusion of the download.
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