Story - 7 of 10.
Narration 1 of 10
The narration really takes away from the beauty of the story..
Sandy stood up for her convictions. She is a strong confident woman.
Everything Aaron touched was thoughtful and responsible.
The author of the fictional book
Yes, lots of twists and turns. Good performance.
The book may have meaning for those men who served in Viet Nam and I am sure they can relate to the heart and intent of the story. For me there was way too much profanity (I should have known by the outline on the site) and way too much death. Not a book for me but I appreciate the men it discusses.
The performance was wonderful
A stronger female lead character
I usually really like Renee's stories but this one did not hold my interest. Hopefully I won end up like Juliette.
The author tells you through this story that "it is her story and she will tell it her way" and that she does. Filled to overflowing with worthless descriptions from the color of a flower to how she felt when she looked at it. I found nothing redemptive about this book.
Absolutely. Judy Kaye is the only voice for Kinsey. As we get closer to Z it is interesting to see Kinsey mature and change from when we started at A.
As always this is a very good listen for a long car trip or for day to day listening as you go about your errands. The surprises in the story are wonderful when you come upon them and Kinsey continues to meet life from her own special perspective. I can wait for the next 3. Then what will I do?
How King Hezzikiah grew to be such a man of God. I loved the push and pull between Shebnah and Eliakim. The stories of the women showed such strength and the willingness to serve others.
I would have preferred a male voice or maybe a male and female for the different characters but it was good.
Read all 5 books on this topic for a great overview of this time period.
This is the fictional adaptation of King Ahaz and how his wickedness almost destroyed Judah. It tells of the Prophet Isiah and the young Prince named Hezzikiah who grew up to be a King who loved God. It may sound dry, but it is a great listen.
I think I would have preferred a strong male voice for this story but it was good.
The return of the Israeli girl from her captors.
This is a perfect example of how 4 women can go seperate ways in life and come back together to support each other. It is also about truth between friends and how we sometimes hide the truth even from ourselves. Moving story
Yes, the story line is well developed and the characters are strong. The family dynamics are like many of ours and show that grace will see us through.
The heroine was strong and funny. Sure of herself and her place in the world, confident of her skills and loyal to her friends.
I really enjoyed listening to it daily on my drive to work. Something to look forward to.
Loved the narrator. The story was packed with drama and humor. Lots of little twists and turns to keep your interest. Best listen in a long time.
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