It was realtively clean - and well read
The protagonist. She was irritating and fun
Yes, she does male and females voices very well.
This is the second audio book by Robyn Carr that I've purchased and I will look for more.
Yes, it is a wonderful continuation of the Virgin River saga which I'm hooked on. Wish it would go on and on but all good things do have to come to and end sometime. The characters are so engaging and have very real personalities.
Yes, the previous Robyn Carr books all set around Virgin River. They were all done very well. Great voice changes for the characters.
Yes, but that was not possible because of the length of the book and unfortuately I had to go to work.
This is a wonderful book of trial and heart break that are healed and held together by faith in God. It is well worth the listen more than once.
The reality of the the story. It reflected so many lives of that era.
Yes, good tension among the characters and sweet story.
The characters are "normal" people with "normal" problems. More real and less a fairy tail.
When your dreams change
The setting and the independence of the main female character.
It was fiction - no real "subject matter"
It is a fun novel
She did not have much change in timber or pitch between characters. Not the best narrator I've listened to.
It was a fun, easy listen. Could have done without the details of sexual engagements. Less graphic always better.
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