Grass Lake, MI, United States
didn't read the print version
Isaac Bell, he is in every scene
It sounded like a western cowboy was reading it
I feel bad but Brick gets on my nerves a little bit with his 'good ol' boy' reading style, but it might be the content, too. I listen to Cussler because my Mom and Sister listen to his series but I am not the biggest fan of traditional roles of men being the superhero saviors of everyone.
no, it wasn't THAT good. I only listen to books a second time if there is something integral to the story that I missed. I don't think I missed anything.
the Wrecker, unpredictable
good western, a little predictable
the brutal honesty of her experiences that lead her to this journey, and the experiences while on the trail. It renewed my faith that I could hike the Appalachian Trail alone, without worrying about dragging an unwilling friend or family member along. I cried like a baby during the horse scene.
Confessions of Shopaholic because of its female lead who was honest about her faults.
One woman's journey through grief into adulthood
A little more about his life later
Scottish or Irish accent
I kept waiting for some big revelation that never came.
Loved the story of a young girl who overcame odds and was somewhat of a feminist in an age when it wasn't cool.
When she visits after a year's absence.
true love between kindred spirits, thou shall overcome!
when they all meet and find out that they all had a run in with Dartainel sp.
yes because it was a 'classic' but i didn't enjoy it.
I was expecting a big cliffhanger at the end, something to shock me and although the performance was good the book was 3 hours too long.
Kenneth Brannagh did a great job.
I feel like i need to finish the books that I start so I thought this would be a quick listen and cure my burnout from a recent 24 hour listen. I hated it.
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