This was a book I couldn't stop listening to. The lives of young people changed forever by a single evening. Anita Shreve has again hit upon a topic that impacts the hard realities of current life.
If you like baseball, this is the novel for you. It moves slowly but at times is very amusing. Much too long.
Harlan Coben at his best!!
Alexander McCall Smith's books are wonderful. Easy listening and the continuing story of the grand folks of Scotland Street is unceasingly amusing.
Truly this book was not for the squeamish or faint of heart. The graphic details made me wince. I think Meg Tilly wrote this book with performing it in mind because to read it would not have produced the same results. The only criticism I have of the story is that in country today - especially in California - there is no 12 year old girl who would think that being seduced, raped and kidnapped would be cause for her to go to prison. Our children are much more educated and savvy. There were ample opportunities for her to flea this man and she did not. Meg Tilly was and is a wonderful actor and I hope she continues writing but hones her subject material into something with less shock factor and more substance.
Loving Frank ranks high on my all-time favorite audiobooks. Easy to follow, a fictionalized true story which begs further investigation into the life of this complicated man.
A fantastic story with so many undertones. Excellent subject matter. Jodi Picoult is one of our modern day best.
Alexander McCall Smith's books are all wonderful.
Boring and slow. Barbara Taylor Bradford can do so much better than this!!
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