I love this kind of historical books! Easy and pleasureable to listen to while learning.
This drags you through 1500 years of a romance story only to get to the "end" to find out there is no end and you will have to wait for what? another serial?
You won't fool me twice. I won't come back for more
There is nothing worse to me that getting toward the end of over 20 hours of listening to a poorly narrated good book to find it is the beginning of a series that might never have the end written, or if there is a contract forcing the end, the rest is an awful contract filler. If it wasn't a series I would have given three stars. if it was well narrated, I would have given it three stars. If both I would have wanted to go above 5 stars.
There is no ending in this book You are simply left hanging. two thirds of the book is about the characters being stranded with no answer. You have to purchase another books to find out what happens. I will get the All Clear not that I have heard Black out in unabridged format but I refuse to be force to purchase another book to end a cliff hanger.
this is simply a long love story. It is the first time I have ever wished I had gotten the abridged. I hate abridged books but these three books could not stand on their own and should have only been one book. Maybe that would have made the time I put into it worth it.
I admire Willa Catha's writing but why is this book listed in the Gay and Lesbian Category? There are no gay or lesbian characters.
Hope other Gays and Lesbians complain too.
I can't understand why this is in the Gay and Lesbian category. There are no gays or lesbians in it. Angers me to have spent the money.
Very good, not a typical romance. Not just a date and a uhaul. Characters become so well known the ending seems somehow short. It seems the novel had been about getting to know the main characters and suddenly it ends without a story about them. I would love to hear a sequence.
I am glad this was free or I hope it was one of the free ones. Though interesting it gave no new information about the orphan trains. I have heard a lot more on the radio.
This is a wonderful book, opens eyes to what life must have been like for a large group of people in history. It is sad to me that Audible seems to have chosen this one book to represent Lesbian Fiction. Hope it sells well so that Audible will open up to more.
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