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I would recommend the book to read. It was a good story and I enjoyed not only the story of a girl from the present going to the past, but also the character's unfailing faith in God.
It was a wonderful love story.
She used a monotone the whole time. The sentences just blended together. It was difficult to understand when characters changed. Also, a girl from Dallas, TX would not have a British accent!
I'm not sure. I've listened to many.
The dog, of course!
I think I would be giving something away if I tell my favorite scene.
There were several. This was an emotional ride.
Funny, real, and fun.
Lacey...she is such a real person.
Again, Lacey. She gave her a fantastic voice.
I didn't read the print version, but I think the voice version brought the characters to life in a way that the print version couldn't.
Enzo, of course, was my favorite. How could he not be?
I haven't heard any other Christopher Welch performances.
Again, that would have to be Enzo. I always suspected dogs were smarter than they could articulate. He just proved it!
Be ready to go through a full range of emotions...from complete happiness to heart wrenching sadness. This book delivers it all.
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