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Deborah

DeWitt, MI, USA

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  • 4 reviews
  • 11 ratings
  • 33 titles in library
  • 0 purchased in 2014
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  • Light from Heaven

    • UNABRIDGED (15 hrs and 24 mins)
    • By Jan Karon
    • Narrated By John McDonough
    Overall
    (261)
    Performance
    (123)
    Story
    (121)

    All good things, even laughter and orange marmalade cake, must come to an end. And in Light from Heaven, the long-anticipated final volume in the phenomenally successful Mitford Years series, Karon deftly ties up all the loose ends of Father Timothy Kavanagh's deeply affecting life.

    Mary says: "Parting Is Sweet Sorrow"
    "It Ended All Too Soon"
    Overall

    The ending came too soon for me. But all good things must end. It ended well, but I hate to say good bye to such dear friends, for Father Tim and his family and friends have become friends to me. I will miss them, but can revisit anytime by re-reading (listening to) the books. These books are a treasure.

    3 of 3 people found this review helpful
  • Two Dollar Bill

    • UNABRIDGED (7 hrs and 56 mins)
    • By Stuart Woods
    • Narrated By Tony Roberts
    Overall
    (212)
    Performance
    (70)
    Story
    (72)

    Two-Dollar Bill delivers all the storytelling twists and whip-smart banter readers have come to love in Stuart Woods's thrillers. In this latest, Stone Barrington, the suave Manhattan cop-turned-lawyer, is back on his home turf facing down a brilliant Southern flimflam man.

    Bill says: "Wonderful example to Stuart Woods' books"
    "Typical Stuart Woods"
    Overall

    A typical Stone Barrington novel with all of Stone's charm and charisma. It even includes Stone getting bamboozled several times. Of course big trouble ensues and Stone is able to work out the sorry mess and end up smelling like roses, but not before getting himself and his lovely lady (or 2) into a heap of trouble.

    A fun read/listen.

    0 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • Cover Girls

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 4 mins)
    • By T.D. Jakes
    • Narrated By Lizan Mitchell
    Overall
    (33)
    Performance
    (11)
    Story
    (10)

    T.D. Jakes is an internationally beloved pastor and a best-selling author. In Cover Girls, he delivers the story of four women who, though from very different backgrounds, are all struggling with their faith. Michelle wants control, Tonya wants to be able to trust, and Mrs. Judson wants to let down her guard. Through Miz Ida's wisdom, and each other's support, these women discover that friendship may be the answer to their prayers.

    Deborah says: "Lovely Book"
    "Lovely Book"
    Overall

    I enjoyed this book more than I thought I would. I laughed, cried and cheered as the women in the book grew and came to know and love each other. I was disappointed with the outcome for Mrs. Judson, but not every story has a happy outcome. It was well written and well read. I loved the book and highly recommend it.

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful
  • A New Song

    • UNABRIDGED (17 hrs and 30 mins)
    • By Jan Karon
    • Narrated By John McDonough
    Overall
    (260)
    Performance
    (127)
    Story
    (129)

    Jan Karon's millions of fans can't wait to sit down with her heartwarming and hilarious characters, who have a way of becoming family. In fact, readers and booksellers across the country kept Out to Canaan and At Home in Mitford on The New York Times best seller list for months. In A New Song, Mitford's longtime Episcopal priest, Father Tim, retires. However, new challenges and adventures await when he agrees to serve as interim minister of a small church on Whitecap Island.

    Sara says: "A trip to the beach"
    "Jan Karon never fails to please"
    Overall

    I have enjoyed all of the Mitford series books. Jan Karon has a style that makes you feel like you belong to the people of the stories. She makes you want to move to Mitford. Too bad it is fictional. She is also adept at expressing the spiritual ups and downs of the many different life-styles in these two places. A wonderful book.

    3 of 4 people found this review helpful

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