A bit of sadness and happiness. It's all about life. Many times I hated to stop listening. Ms. Ojo narrated the story so well.
I honestly did not get the story. All I know is just about every state, city, or town was mentioned. The narrator was great.
Once at the end, the entire story made sense and turned out to be very good. The description of the scenery is so long that the effect on the character is lost and become very boring, especially on Margaret. After Margaret, the rest was interesting that I had wished the author had written a bit more of Margaret instead of ending her the first night she come to live with William Howland. There were certain instance where I did not understand Abigail's point of view. The explanations were brief and vague. I gave the book a five star because I thought the narrator had the perfect voice for this story.
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