Venice, FL, United States | Member Since 2010
Unique story. It's been a long time since an audio book choked me up (last time was The Fault in Our Stars)
Protagonist. I found myself rooting for her.
Yes - I finished this one quickly and found myself looking forward to the time I could plug it back in.
As much as my sentimental self was rooting for the sappy ending, this ending was perfect.
Fun, compelling, intriguing
Yes - so glad it didn't go down the road I thought (off the rails.)
Great protagonist. Rooted for him the entire time. One of John Grisham's best IMHO.
Love Anna Quinlan. Another favorite is Elizabeth Berg. Both tackle tough emotional subjects without over sentimentality and are able to focus on the faith and strength of the human spirit.
Hope Davis is an excellent reader.
Wow - so many. I think when I realized what happened to her family. I thought it was revealed in a particularly compelling way.
I'm not a huge Nora Roberts fan as much of her stuff blends together for me. This was an interesting story. Glad it didn't go down the road I thought it might.
It really did and like I said, glad it went down a different road than the one I expected.
I really felt I could "see" her home nestled in the woods. Tough to say one scene. I liked the protagonist, Abigail.
Mauve Binchey's - similar style
Wish you had the unabridged version of this as it's one of my favorites. The abridged doesn't do it justice.
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