No it is not better then the printed version, but it is very complantary to the book. When the story is good and the narrator is wonderful to listen to, then a wonderful experience occurs when I listen to the audiobook and read the book at the same time.
I always love it when we get updates on other characters from other books
I love Plummer's performance; she make the story both heart warming and serious whenever it is needed.
Sometimes I will listen to a story all the way through, but this series is better when I take parts at a time.
One of my favorite series.
Creativity is salvation
The fact that a woman was an executive chef. I also like the recipe from this book
My favorite scene is the cook off, and that Elena wins. The baklava sounds really delicious
I don't know since I only have this story in audio form. However, I have read many stories from this author and love her stories.
When Tessa finds out who she is and that she still has a sister.
When Tessa shows up at Vince's and apologizes to Natalie, and asks for a chance to be part of his life.
Sometimes you have to go back to go forward.
I've read a lot of Barbara Samuel's books and they are marvelous and very special. The characters are intriguing and well thought out. I love the career choices Samuel picks for her characters.
Learning through helping.
The boy who was killed and became a ghost and an angel for the field.
Eby's brings the voices to the characters, but O'neal writes story that stand alone.
At the end of the story when the gang members attack Elisa and she ends up in the hospital and the angels and saints help her recuperate. I also like the community garden and kitchen and all the positive relationship that come from it.
I like the garden and recipe stories it seems to me they should fit together some how, but unfortunately they don't.
Yes, I love the relationships that are in this story. Samuel has a knack of creating great characters and plots that just makes me want more.
Most memorable moment is when Trudy and Rick start to get their relationship back together. I like that it was a little work for them to learn more about each other and to treat each others as adults not just someone your with.
She did a great job with the characters voices. She had the intensity some of the characters needed in order to understand them.
When the beginning novelist went to the writers retreat even when her husband left her, but then once he realized she wasn't going away he was her biggest fan.
Good story, but I have loved every novel from Barbara O'neal has written.
I don't know since I only have the audio version, but I prefer to have both. I love the written word and the audio version brings the characters to life.
No Rest for the Wicked and Pleasure of a Dark Prince. They both have couples who have to do any adventure to bring them together, but once it does the love is great.
Lanthe is my favorite. I like how nice she is even though she's suppose to be evil, but she just can't. I love that she becomes more self confident as Thronos and Lanthe try to solve their problems.
No, because then I have to wait for the next novel in the series, so I like to savor the story.
The last two stories are in keeping with the earlier stories and of course I LOVE NIX. When she gets her story the guy will have to be fantastic.
This a very good story, but there is darkness in it that makes want to throw up you hands and walk away from the story.
How authentic the story line was from true history.
Frederica because she perseveres under tremendous odds and some how survives.
Yes, when the Jews are gather into a synagogue and burn to death, it my breath stop and made me want to cry for those lose souls.
Barbara Samuels or Barbara O'neal stories are fantastic, they will make you think, laugh, sigh and fall in love with all her characters.
Major character update
I like that a lot of the secondary characters were given a story of their own ( Dianta, Quinn, Eric, etc) now we need a sequel on the sequel.
She brought life to the story and she brings life to the sequel.
The one with Dianta made me laugh and Eric's made me happy.
This was a very good series and another sequel would be great.
It stands alone. What can I say Tim Conway is a hoot. He was funny as an adult and his story of childhood is fun and endearing. I highly recommend this lighthearted audiobook.
I don't have any other audiobook that compares, but it does encourage me to get more non-fiction entertainment.
Yes, have your ever heard of "The Carol Burnett Show," and this is right up there with that show.
Yes, in fact I listen to the audiobook a second time already.
Tim Conway I hope you make me laugh for another 40 years.
The babies being born and Diana and Matthew changing their world.
Gallowglass who was very colorful, fun and loyal no matter what. I wish he would have found someone in this novel.
She bring Diana Bishop to life and give the text a magical quality.
Very good series.
Toward the top of the list, it's about how decisions can change your life for the better and that you never know what will be around the next corner.
Jonah shows up in Ramona's life again and for good. It's funny how we have all these big dreams but sometimes you get something completely different.
The nuances of the character, I had a more emotional connection to the characters than if I just read the book.
Where the road will take you.
I love the actual recipes in the story.
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