The chef is forced to be resourceful in many different ways.He has to shed excess baggage. The pirate captain has her ways. The crew are true pirates. I loved the creativeness and the narrator.
The book was written in another century. The English was perfect and that almost made the book drag. It is a classic and I wanted to read it. Nicholas Nickleby was a most interesting character. His Uncle Ralph was a villain and a good one.
The story was really good. The characters are boys who have been adopted by a couple. The boys are grown and both parents have died. The 4th boy is only 10 yrs old. Seth has a social worker who knows what he needs. The story could have been told without all the language. It would stand on it's own.
Don Brown has my vote for writing this book. It moves quick and holds the readers interest. The characters are well done. The narrator is perfect.for the characters. Well done.
This book reads well from the beginning and it will keep you all the way to the end. The characters are just perfect.
The characters are thrown together during a hurricane and there begins their journey. They are creative, intelligent and men of integrity. Survival and daily needs must be conquered. They have an unseen benefactor who watches over them. It is such a great read, pick it up and see for your self
I got my Kindlefire HD for Christmas. I have listened to so many books since then. This book is so good. I stayed up all night to finish it. I related to every character. The realism is so good. I will read more by this author.
Will, Jim and Tessa are such strong characters. Charolette, Henry are perfect together. I was not sure I would like this kind of book, but Cassandra Clare has won me over. The narrator, Daniel Sharman does a terrific job bringing the characters to life. I could not hardly put these books down.
Douglas Bader is just a man, but he overcomes so much and with courage we don't see enough of today. This is a very uplifting story. It makes the reader want to meet him, because he is so real through out the book. Paul Brickhill tells it all really well. It is well worth the read.
I just finished listening to the trilogy. The beginning all the way to the end....A good read. This last book ties up the loose ends very well. The introduction and development of the characters was spell binding.
My favorite aspect of the stories was the Irish country, the magic,and the reader's speech . I could hardly wait to listen.
Patricia Daniels made the story be real. I laughed out loud several times.
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