Yes, because you get the author's intended emotions from the voice version. But, I found Ryan's way of reading to be somewhat distracting, as he pauses at the stangest times in sentences. Other than that I did like the story.
Farrah, because I learned things about her that made her more of a down to earth person.
He stayed within one voice all the time, but he used the correct references to tell you who said what.
The Rocky Love Story of Fame
He told a story of love and the pain fame can bring. He also told about his inability to be a good parent because of his own narcissistic drive. If you didn't like Tatum O'Neal before this book, you certainly won't like her now. Tatum and Ryan certainly are child and parent.
Knowing that the man in the story would remain honorable throughout and abide by God's laws and his new wife's wishes.
When Marty realized she loved Clark.
Used a more youthful sounding voice because Marty is a very young woman.
Marty because you could sense her growing as person in many ways and her discovery that God does take care of her even when she thinks He's not. But I found Clark just as fascinating because he was steadfast in his word to Marty about the train back to her home and his desire to secure a mother for Missy.
I am now listening to part 2 of the story Love's Enduring Journey and I can't wait to find out what happens next.
Not time well spent. Shania gives the impression she is the only person to ever have been cheated on in marriage. Best friends cheat with spouses all the time. I didn't learn anything new about her except that she seemed to protect her ex-husband by not saying how she felt about his part in the cheating, she constantly raged about the woman whom he cheated with. I felt that she was not facing up to reality by placing so much focus on the other woman and not sharing blame equally between the two. But, I understand she has suffered a great deal of pain and the story is to help her work through the pain the best way she can.
No. I found the narrator's voice annoying and that didn't help at all considering the repetative content of the book.
Love Shania's voice and I disliked Sherie's annoying, whinny voice .
I would listen to this book again because the story is thought provoking and wonderfully entertaining.
I can't think of any other book that even resembles this book because the ideas expressed in this book are rarely touched upon in the way Stephen King has written about them. You hear the JimLa chant and know that the past does not want to be changed, it will resist you, and it always makes someone pay for even the smallest of changes.
Where Jake finds his true love Sadie, and they dance yet again.
Joy at having a book so different to listen to. The story catches you up in the make believe of what's going on. If you were alive at the time of the assassination of our president, then you remember the saddness of this country and how we wished time could be turned back. But then you start to realize that the past cannot change without paying a price, and the question becomes what price are you willing to pay.
The narrator did an amazing job with many voices to differentiate the vast cast of characters. Great job Mr. King and Mr. Wasson!
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