I think this was my favorite of the three books set in this town. Fannie Flagg has such a way of bringing characters to life and making you fall in love with them and the small towns they inhabit.
My only disappointment was that Fannie didn't read/narrate this one herself. I very much missed her slow, Southern drawl.
If the narrator had NOT tried to do accents for the characters. They were horrible. I couldn't even listen to it.
Someone who can do accents.
Along the lines of Harry Potter, but for a slightly younger audience and a bit more light-hearted.
The subject is heartbreaking, but the two main characters have one of the best love stories ever.
This was the first time I used WhisperSync between my Kindle and Audible. It worked fantastically. It was great to put my Kindle down, get in my car, and have the story pick up right where I left off.
I'd previously read Tea House on Mulberry Street and really enjoyed it, so I was pleased to see audio offerings from Sharon Owens. I love the characters in these books and the way their lives intertwine.
The narrator was wonderful. She had a pleasing voice with an authentic Irish lilt.
I thoroughly enjoyed this audio presentation of The Tavern on Maple Street. I'm off to get another by this author now.
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