Good detail Good voice
yes - but it was a lot of detail
maybe so. Could be like "Catch me if you can"
You get overload after so much detail, but you can go back to it between other reads.
No. Could have passed on it
No. I'm a quilter living in a quilt town, so it didn't do much for me
Good reader, gets into the characters
An O.K. story, but I've read better about immigration to down under
Unpeeling an onion
The bombing in Dolly's boarding house
Falling in love with her husband
When my real life began
Complex tale which at times required patient listening, but eventually wove her life together.
Intriguing story of a ex-officer turned animal caretaker
This is the first opportunity to read her. Now I'm a fan.
Not much of a story - simplistic read and boring story
she didn't have anything to work with
Don't know the print version
It was good and interesting. Did build suspense
When she euthanised the dachsund and got mad at her owners
No - I drew it out
I'll keep reading her
Good story plot and interesting characters. Ranks as very enjoyable
It was good and more complex than her prior one or two
Love that gal
I was disappointed in her lasttwo, but she's got it in this one
The slowly emerging revelations of the daughters life.
The granddaughters strength and emerging maturity
Happy ending. 3 generations in an interesting tango
No, it's too slow and tedious
Nobody goes anywhere or develops and learns anything
Yes but his characters were not particularly interesting
I won't read one of hers again
Her shift and understanding, coupled with wonderfully tender characters.
The characters and the slowly developing plot with its revelations and growth.
No, but she is a wonderful narrator - great accents and shifts.
Yes, when she realized she missed and loved her mother
In the style of Gibbons, this is even a more developed and polished story. Can't wait for another by her.
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