More than a few times over the years, I've wondered about King's thoughts on gun violence given his early Bachman story regarding just such an event. After Newtown it was on my mind again, so thank you to the author and to Audible for being there with his response. It was thoughtful, clear, and necessary. I'll recommend it to others as a springboard for futher debate.
Authentic voices sharing an amazing variety of American experiences.
It completely touched me and, yes, there were some tears framing the smiles.
Leaves you wanting more. Thanks for sharing, Audible.
I do, I have, I will! Just an interesting, compelling story told with an authentic voice.
the strength of the human spirit.....Where does it come from? The ability to survive the hopeless circumstance again and again.
I've wondered, since listening, why there is so much strength available to survive the direst of events, but - afterwards - self-destructive despair can defeat the survivor? It seems such a paradox, but happens again and again with today's veterans.
The smiplicity of goodness - I can't stop thinking about this endearing portrait of "man's best friend".
As a last resort.
She pays too little attention to moving any semblence of plot along. While the romance could have been good, it becomes a purient interest in sex. I'd fully expect beastiality in the next volume, if I get soooo bored that I read another. What a shame. These characters were enjoyable. They just became one dimensional.
The reader was excellent. The characterizations were clear. Her voice delightful.
I'm just so disappointed. I wanted something more than Harlequin romance.
He became Enzo - calm, loyal, loving.
I purposely don't do that although I could have.
I found thebetrayal of the mother by her parents for her child and husband horrid and it touched a nerve that has not left me.
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