Yes. The story is gripping and I love the accents.
When Noel's parents realized they could honor their saint as they wanted to, but also expand that by giving a playground to the community.
The dedication of the new playground.
Probably the cousin, she is a very interesting character and seems to have the answer to everything!
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It kept my attention from beginning to end. No snoozing off like I do with many audio books!
Not particularly, I enjoyed both. I tend to be a fast reader though and believe I am able to get more of the details in the audio version because it makes me listen word for word.
Mirella, especially how she grew as a person through her interaction with Anne.
Anne, she was able to capture her wistfulness and imagination.
Whenever Matthew went out of his comfort zone and bought something for Anne that he thought would please her. She was able to touch him and draw him out in a way that no one else had ever been able to.
The author is a fantastic storyteller. The characters are so well drawn, you can imagine them being very real.
Yes, in many ways. The narrator brought to life the characters with his accents and I believe I got many nuances that I didn't get when I read it the first time.
Beorn, a combination of fierceness and gentleness in one package. A good man (bear?) but also a cautious one.
When Gandalf and the dwarfs first came to Bilbo's house and caused his little comfortable world to turn upside down
Not really. I enjoyed listening it to a while, then looking forward to hearing the rest of the story. I hated to see it end.
I originally read this in high school many moons ago. I thought I would revisit it because of the movie coming out to refresh my memory of the story. I really enjoyed the narrator's style and especially his singing of the dwarfish and elfish songs!
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