Yes. I needed something easy to listen to as I drove and this book fit the bill perfectly. I have several audio books I go to for long drives and will add this one to the list.
The Devil in the Junior League. Written by the same author and with the same style.
I think the book is better as an audio book. Not sure I'd have liked it as well if I'd read it.
Laughed often. I really enjoyed the book.
Yes.. I thought it was a very fascinating story and would listen to it again. Kept me alert while driving and made a long drive pass by more quickly.
Finding the strength to overcome her valid concerns about testifying against Warren Jeffs.
I found it very interesting. While reading the reviews before purchasing the book I hesitated due to the poor reviews of the narrator. While it took some time to get used to the narrator using a little girl voice, I was able to focus on the story and forget the narrator.
This book and the book "The Witness Wore Red" were written by sisters in the same family. Both stories gave different views inside the FLDS and I will listen to both books again.
Very interesting book to listen to while driving - the miles passed quickly.
Stolen Innocence was written by her sister, yet the points of view on different events give an interesting account of the lives they each led within the FLDS.
Loved the fact that the author read the book herself. I know others don't always enjoy the book when it is read by the author, but in this case it was very well done.
Enjoyed every minute.
Ree is very candid even when it doesn't show her in the best light. Very honest recount of the events that brought her to become a ranch wife and mother.
It is her story and she is an excellent narrator for this book.
If you enjoy watching "The Pioneer Woman" on the Food Network, you will LOVE this book. If you've never heard of her, it is still an enjoyable listen.
Enjoyed having Tony Danza as the narrator, and appreciated his honesty.
Enjoyed every minute of this book!
All of the moments were memorable.
The stories from historical battles from a different perspective. He brought them to life and I felt as though I was part of the action. You could see and feel the action. If I had been listening to one of those stories on my way to work, I would have sat in the car and finished listening before going in to work!
So many... but becoming a person of action is one I will take with me.
Andy Andrews is the only person who could narrate this book. Excellent from first minute to last minute.
I really liked the story line.
Not sure at this point.
The book moves excessively slow... painfully slow... 2 hours into the book and they are still in the first 24 hours of the story. Wished I had the technology available to speed up the narrator. She pauses constantly and just reads the book excessively slow in my opinion.
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