I have a long commute and I really enjoy Diana Gabaldon's books. They are long, but the stories are so detailed I get lost in them. Davina Porter is a superb narrator. One forgets it is just one person acting out all of the characters. Very enjoyable!
I would listen to this again because it is an easy listen and entertaining story. I like Robyn Carr in general.
The characters are well developed in the story.
Therese Plummer is an amazing narrator. Her range of voices for each character makes it seem as if several people are reading parts. She has a great voice and quite a talent.
No, I was satisfied with audio.
Storm was a feisty female in a time in which it really wouldn't have been acceptable. I liked that.
Tavis finding out he had twins.
The narration. It took the narrator more than 1/2 of the book to change her inflection.
Not so sure.
Only for teens, it doesn't have the depth for most adult readers.
I liked the emotion that was so easy to feel in the characters.
Kate, like all other narrators, brings audible personality to the characters.
There were a few too many abuse segments (drags on a bit) and then the end just hits the listener in the face.
Right up there with the Diana Gabaldon series.
I think Kate Reading is one of the most talented audio book performers I have ever listened to. She does voices and accents, male and female. Just amazingly talented.
So easy to listen to and get lost in the story.
The descriptions of the scenes and the strength of the character's emotions are wonderful.
Her ability to do so many haracters including at least accents from three languages is great!
The story brings in characters from Diana Gabaldon's books. Is there a connection?
The story was rather lame.
The story has era inconsistencies. It wasn't spread over the time in a realistic manner, for example, Rebecca's ability to come in and out of shock induced catatonic states with little effort or time. Also, she is able to go from Bible thumper to going along with strange men after the trauma of her family's death in a couple of days.
Spacing out the story realistically and making the dialog less juvenile.
Almost immediate disappointment in my purchase.
Story worth contemplation.
The descriptions of what Eben Alexander felt or experienced were very detailed and left me feeling like I understood what he 'saw'.
Hearing the author's voice telling the story helps bring it to life.
No, but only because I don't like reading or listening to a book twice.
Liz. She was rather complex.
Nice narration and consistence in doing the character voices.
Nice diversion from the typical Nora Roberts. It had more depth to the story. The end wrapped up too fast.
Most of them.
The story is juvenile, not true to the periods (clash of language and slang). The dialog is just plain stupid. The story drags on and on and really didn't make me want to rush to my car to listen every commute. The performance is weak. The narrator doesn't have a good command of male vs. female voices and Cole sounded like a light footed, limp wristed wimp.
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