One of the best stories ever! Heartwarming. Uplifting. I recommend it to all my friends & everyone else too.
This is one of the best BDSM books I've ever listened to. It has so much of the emotional interaction between Dom and Sub. The importance of the attitudes of caring and protection for the Sub. Whether you are actually into this lifestyle or just on the fringes in your imagination in the books. This caring and protective attitude is stressed in all of the books I've read. It also delves into the emotional brokenness that might cause somebody to seek out this lifestyle. I think it stimulates introspection into a person's own life and the questions ask of the characters are also asked of the reader. "Everyone is seeking a connection with another." This quote is the longing of the human heart no matter the lifestyle. The human heart need connection.
Very enjoyable. I especially like the fact that George Noory read it himself.
This book touches on how far reaching the power of the mind really is.
Especially liked the Paranormal Angle to the story. Story is well written & fast paced.
Minute by minute of Miss Pettigrew's day. I like how the chapters were broken up into minutes, like "11:41 AM to 12:15 PM". The story is carried mostly by dialog with minimal description, but it's there enough so the listener/reader can "see" the surroundings. I was enthralled. Frances McDormand does the different Voices very well. I totally enjoyed this book. Will probably listen to it again & definitely recommend it!
I liked it when Quintin got into Brinkbills & most all of his school. The story is well written & fast moving with more twists & turns than a mountain switch back. But I must admit that I got really depressed listening to it. Won't listen to it again....
The story is well written & fast moving with more twists & turns than a mountain switch back. But I must admit that I got really depressed listening to it. So many very sad & disappointing episodes & sad ending, I won't listen to it again....
Probably. It was short, so good for listening to on a trip.
Watership Down. don't really know why, it just reminded me of it. Especially, when they had to move out to the field.
I got really upset when the mean old cook tore up the floor boards & destroyed their home. I was also really sad that the boy never knew that they made it OK.
I'm finding all these copyrights for 2003 by Mary Norton, yet my 5th grade teacher read this story to us in 1965. Must be a re-up, huh?
only 3 words?
Hot Stuff, Incubus.
The Flame and the Flower by Kathleen E. Woodiwiss
she has a nice voice to listen to & she did all the different characters very well
Hot Stuff, Incubus.
The High Adventures of The Grim Reaper.
I liked the way it was written in the first-person, with lots of little rabbit-trail-side-thoughts
--- just the way I think too, sometimes. Very humorous.
It was a fun listen. Also interesting enough that I would like to pursue the series
the description of how a Dwarf tunnels through the earth.
I liked Nathaniel Parker's voice and inflections. I don't get the inflections when I'm reading words.
when Holly healed Butler
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