I love SAA. This a a good book and I don't regret getting it, but it was not my favorite of her stories. It got a little overly complicated and it felt unresolved at the end. Not bad, just not great.
It took a little while for all the pieces of the story to develop, but once it does it is a wonderful story about generations and connections. The narrator took some getting used too, but it wouldn't keep me from listening again....the voice just doesn't quite fit. Overall, worth the credit.
Ms Allen has a wonderful ability to mix magic and stories of real-life characters create a wonderful tale . Loved this book!
I am a big fan of Sandra Brown and love her work, with that being said I would have to tell you that this book is horrible. I really liked the concept, but the characters are angry and confrontational toward each other to the point that their relationship is unbelievable. The constant racial hatred gets old, especially since the lead female character just keeps taking it from him.
It just doesn't work......
It is very irritating to be enjoying a series and have the narration changed mid-stream! It doesn't feel like the same storyline. Also, could you please get a narrator that can correctly pronounce the big words....I spent half the time correcting his pronunciations. I agree with everyone else's statements that the over done hick-like accents make the Kelly's seem like idiots. I wanted to like this story, but I really didn't. If you are reading the series, you probably need to read this one to follow the storyline, but.......it is definitely not the same series.
I have been waiting for the final book of this trilogy and I am soo disappointed. The entire book is slow moving and a let-down compared to the two previous books. I don't want to give away the ending, but let's just say I was shocked and angry at how Ms. Roth decided to end the story. This had a lot of potential and none of it was achieved. Don't waste your credit....be happy with the first two and move on!
Fantastic performance by Martha Harmon Pardee, again, I can't imagine another voice for this series. That being said, I was sadly disappointed in the story. The dramatic change to Nell's character didn't fit, and was unbelieveable. Throughout the book the reader feels like they are reading an infomercial for accepting and understanding autism and aysburgers (sp?). The entire work is very preachy and takes away from the wonderful characters and dynamic of the work. I have truly loved this series, but I wish I hadn't wasted the credit on this chapter of the story......
I can not even tell you if the book was any good, because I could not get past the HORRIBLE accent by this Narrator. Finally had to return the book.
Boring and just bad. Tried 4 times to "give it a chance" and just could listen to it. I will be returning this one.....
Enjoyable weekend read. Some concepts were a little over the top, but you get caught up in the story. Not Jennifer Crusie's best work, but not bad either.
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