Never read the print
Yes, she is one of my favorite narrators! This performance was her best so far!
No ,in two sittings! Had I started it earlier in the day I would have fiished it the same day. It was hard to put down!
To me this was Tracie's award winning book, and I have read several. It makes me eager to read another one of her truly exciting , romantic and good Christian creations. Tracie, you are a truly gifted author!
Certainly not any one of my friends.
No, I always listen to this genre and thorougly enjoy them.
Never! She is the worse narrator I have ever listened to .She has no talent for changing the voices of the characters.. Gideon, the main male character, sounded like he had either throat cancer or laryngitis.
This story was boring with no excitement. It seemed like the whole story was preaching, preaching, preaching. I do like Christian novels but this just went too far ! I will certainly return it. Don't waste your time!!!
It's pretty high up on my favorites list.
It was never boring, hated to have to put it down.
No but she is very good at distinguishing voices.
The whole book kept me captivated.
Tricia Goyer is a good author but Katherine O'Rooney's narration was poor.
There was no exciting parts in the whole story.
The narrator had just one voice for all characters. She needs to try changing it for each character so you could recognize who is speaking. Very dissapointing.
Yes, after reading the previous book I had reservations but this book was excellent.!
Dawn was my favorite. She had many characteristics and wound up touching my heart.
Stina has a great gift of narration, Every word is very clear and understandable.
There were many times I had the feeling of anger and times of sorrow.
I highly recommend this book, the whole story was excelloent.
NO, it had me depressed.
Yes I am a fan of her's but this is not one of those.
I have always love Stina's narration, one of the best.
Yes, the ending left you hanging.
I was so dissapointed with the main character, Marta. I wanted to scream at her. She began in the beginning of the story taking control of her dear husband, having her own way.
Then the way she treated her daughter made me so angry. She belittled everything Hilda did, I wanted to slap her. She was combatant, angry, hatefull, and just plain mean the whole story.I found myself yelling at her to behave. Then the ending........Bad!
Yes I certainly would. It shows you how close a daughter-in-law can be to her husbands mother. I don't hear much about this happening in todays world.
Ruth was a perfect example of kindness and faithfulness.
Dynamite, Dynamite, Dynamite!
No, it was the one I liked least in the series.
Ms. Rosenblat, you are terrtific.Thank you for sharing your voice with all of the listeners. Looking forward to hearing you again real soon!.
All of the books in this series are beautiful.
She has a special gift of changing her voice from a woman to a man, never confusing.
Yes, I could hardly put it down.
Yes I would certainly recommend this book. If you don't know the bible and want to get an idea of the life of this woman, get the book, and if you do know the story of Ruth , this will give you a new light.
Yes , Barbara Rosenblat is now my favorite narrator. Her femele/male voice in so perfect, you know who is speaking.
Rehab, follower of God.
Yes, it is well written and narrated.
The story is from Genesis and is a lesson on what we are expected to do in God's eyes.
No I has no extreme emotions, initially it was written by the Holy Spirit.
Francine Rivers has a talent for making biblical stories come alive. She shows us what happens when we point a finger at the other guy. It's sort of an examination of conscience.
The narrator is the best one I have heard in making her characters sound totally like a man as well as a soft voice of a lady. No confusion in identification.
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