I felt myself walking along not wanting to miss even one sentence Sarah Thornhill spoke. So refreshing, the insight of author Kate Grenville into human nature. A fast paced story. The editing is near perfect. The tale is sprinkled with details that cause a smile, anger, concern . . . I was drawn into their lives. Thank you Kate Grenville and especially the reader Emma Fielding. She is just too wonderful.
As the story moved on, the remarks of quirky human foibles were so genuine. The interaction of Emma with her childhood friend Jack (and later lover) was so lovely. The characters were so clearly developed . . . there values, their morality or immorality. These issues were the story, but not in a stuffy way.
Emma Fielding talked for all characters, but her beautiful Australian speak as she expressed herself as Sarah Thornhill, Oh, her portrayal was beyond convincing. She WAS Sarah Thornhill. There is no empty spaces in this book.
Yes, indeed. Sarah Thornhill became my friend, I loved to listen to her talk (actually Emma Fielding) and felt her moments of emotion, desire to be free, suffer emotional heart ache and disappointment.
I look forward to Grenville's next story. I am sure she will be a favorite for many.
This is a go-to title for anyone considering a home purchase or sale. Bray and Schroeder organize their approach. They address every aspect of todays troubled market, the mortgage slide, the short sale, foreclosure details . .chapter by chapter.
10 great ideas to attract a quick sale. The detailed information that the authors give will be more than overwhelming. Keep a pen and tablet handy. Each chapter offers necessary legal situations that everyone must act on before settling a final real estate deal.
This was a how-to book.Therefore, we were missing main characters. However, the reader, Wayne Shepherd, was excellent. He has a wonderful voice.
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