JEFFERSON, WI, United States | Member Since 2010
The main character, should be a whole lot smarter about real estate and business dealings. I liked the characters, but they seemed a bit too one dimensional.
Maybe, but with a different narrator.
I do not know who to cast, but I found the voices for the men sound like shehe's . I really do not believe that she had enough voices to do the book right. I wonder why more books do not have a male and female readers.
More depth. More plot, More use of the mountains, l
Good for putting you to sleep!
Yes, I think I missed a lot the first time. Plus I would have and atlas handy.
There were too many to count.
There are many moving parts in this book. If you have or are a hiker your feet hurt, you get thirsty, you are scared, You enjoy the triumphs as well as the challenges.
I have read many other accounts of walking the trail and this has been the very best one so far. Enjoy the hike!
I love meeting the character's again and plot twists. I love granny and her adventures. I gave this four stars because I think the book was rushed. For instance the apartment manager.
I really enjoy the whole story.
When the same performer is used, I love the fact that the voices sound like the ones I remember from previous books.
Bob and the evidence.
This series seems short. 6 hours is not very many pages. Seems like they are becoming more like novellas. And quit frankly for the number of hours the price is higher than I like to pay.
No, fun read, but not a lot of meat!
Just the light romance and the well developed characters. The story was fun listen.
A voices of the characters.
It did both.
Visuals were good. Descriptions that let you fill in with your imagination too.
The author used many different types of experiences, some were just about living in an isolated community. Not all were happily ever after stories, but all were interesting and some very funny. I also liked the descriptions of the islands and towns.
I did like her voices. I thought the accents were good, but since I have never been there I might be wrong. Occasionally, I did not care for how she ended some sentences.
This was a fun read. The story and descriptions make the islands and the residents come alive.
Yes, because I think I would learn more the second time.
Rebecca is a strong woman and intelligent. She fought hard for justice and for God.
The delivery was good, even though she wrote it her voice was clear and the inflections followed her experiences.
Too many to mention. This is a true story that is compelling. The biography is sensitive and loving. Her struggles are well written and well spoken. Some are terrifying and rock the deepest part of the soul.
This is the 4th book in the series that I have read. I enjoy following the character's lives. It is nice to have the background of the characters repeated too. The plots are good. I find myself reacting to the character's actions with comments!
With the number of characters in the book, I wish two readers had been hiring. Some of the voices are a bit too similar. especially the men's but it is not enough to stop me from reading.
Anne's Traveling Funeral is about exporation of long term friendships and finding out about your self in the process.
I really love the story line. I actually am not done, but it really is fascinating.
The opening scene.
Yes, but alas not enough time. I have been driving around the block a lot!
All the funny stuff that moves the story along. Even the "inside" jokes from previous books that have you giggling in anticipation.
Can't say, it would give stuff away
I like Janet's books. 17 and 18 should be read as one. She was losing her comic touch and in this book it just seemed that her writing was fresh again. Could be longer!
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