I loved the story line and the characters. Different than anything I've ever read. Hope there's a part two.
When Lu and Will were 'dancing' at the wedding.
Lu, of course. It's interesting to learn what people consider 'living'
Both. I found that I was becoming angry at Lu also for not understanding Will and what he wanted. She and others called him selfish, but I found all the characters in this book to be selfish.
Hope there's a continuation. I'd like to see what Lu makes of her new life.
I loved the characters, and how they all viewed their mother. It's always amazed me how siblings can grow up on the same household, but turn out different.
I enjoyed hearing about each child
The emotion in he voice. It's very moving.
For some reason Six sticks out to me. I think it's because I view his eventual outcome, based on Hattie's revelation, as typical southern preacher.
I thoroughly enjoyed the first book and somewhat enjoyed the second. I felt obligated to listen to the third. After a while the scenes, and whining became repetitive, and I just wanted to get to the story line. I found myself sick of the Anna character for purposly doing stupid things and the repetitive misunderstandings and insights. Glad it is over.
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