Maybe it's not offensive to you but it is to me. This book uses the Lord's name and "God" and GD. A lot!
I really liked the first one of this series. I don't remember them using the Lord's name along with the F bomb. This one uses it more as the story goes on. So unnecessary and in very poor taste. Since they spoke Gaelic I doubt it would translate like that!
This book uses the F Bomb. So unnecessary! It seems like it could be a cute story but I couldn't listen to it because of the language. It makes them sound like trailer trash.
I couldn't keep track of who was whom. So many names of men. I never could remember who they were speaking of. I lost interest after 5 chapters.
This is book 3 of the series. I wish they would tell you that. I would have liked to have heard book the books in order, had I known
This is book 2 of the series. I wish they would tell you that. I would have liked to have heard book 1 first, had I known
I put up with this book until the 4th chapter when God showed up in the form of a man. I just couldn't stomach this supernatural excuse for a tale. I would have given it minus 4 stars but it wasn't an option.
I have always enjoyed this story. It was a wonderful read aloud when our children were young teens. Such a wonderful story of family pulling together when the chips are down. And making the most of the family you have. For how bad things get it has a triumphant finish.
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