The performance was fine, the story was clumsy.
I could only listen for 30 minutes, had to delete the download.
Something light and airy, to clear my head.
Southern. Clacking. Slow.
Very disappointed in this book.
I kept waiting for something exciting to happen, some twist or mystery. It was a very boring read.
Left out the senseless brutality of beating a horse.
Pain and anger.
I stopped listening about 1.5 hours in, because the author took forever to describe the torture and beating of a horse, and the horses reaction. It was awful, and I just couldn't listen.
Complex. Nostalgic. Brutal.
Peter McCullough, because he agonized over his good fortune, verses the right way to live life on earth.
When Maria Garcia returned to the Ranch, and Peter fell in love with her. His journals were filled with sharp longing; their situation, emotions were raw and haunting.
Were it possible, yes.. but I enjoyed each different chapter, a different character and time frame, converging into the big picture.
It. Was. Amazing.
Great narration, very lovable and multi-dimensioned characters.
The friendship between Theo and Boris. The adept portrayal of them as very functional drug addicts.
All of the Barbers.
I felt the story was longer than needed, too much philosophical commentary.
No real plot or intrigue. I listened to 10 chapters, yet wasn't hooked in to the story.
She was fine.
The story, perhaps. But the entire package, No.
No, it was a very complete depiction.
Written like a novel, it is in fact an historical account of a woman's capture and brave escape from the Choctaw Indians, circa 1752. I thought it was a VERY good story, interesting and captivating. I give it a three because the accurate depiction of her escape and sojourn back home was incredibly painful to read. My heart ached and I cried, and it went on Forever. Forever. She just kept suffering and it wore me down. I continued to read because I wanted her to get home safely, but it was torture for about five hours.
Teenagers, maybe young adults.
Stayed focused. Made Christophers' experience more believable.
I feel badly that this is a true story, heartbreaking is right. But I just don't believe the interplay between brothers.
Yes, the narration in authentic accents makes this a very engaging read, I felt transported to India.
When the protagonist took the money and escaped his servant life. I wondered if he could actually pull it off, I thought he would be a servant for the rest of his life, but he surprised me.
No, it was very rich and worked perfectly for my 45 minute commute.
The narration really brought the story to life; I could feel, taste, smell, see and hear the various people and places.
People who enjoyed the first book.
Realistic characters, less focus on the dog.
Great voice animation and southern accent.
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