Although I did not read the print version of Head in the Clouds, I can't imagine it being better than actually hearing the excitement and anticipation of the narrator's voice.
What I liked best is how the emphasis of the story seemed to be family love and trust. As long as people behave as a family, and think of themselves as a family, they ARE a family.
Two scenes were my absolute favorite; first, when Adelaid realized that she was in love with Gideon, and second, when Gideon's daughter spoke for the first time. I almost cried!
I had a wide range of emotions with this book. Laughter, sorrow, anger, happiness, and ultimately satisfaction.
The audio version is definitely a must have because you will want to listen to it more than once!
I've already listened to Betrayal twice. It makes me feel hopeful.
What I remember the most is when Hugh first told Julia he loved her. I almost cried.
My favorite scene was when Julia and Hugh were at her place of worship, and he decided to reenact the children's story he used to read to his sisters. It made me laugh.
The moments of prayer seemed to move me the most, and the quoting of scripture.
I fully expect to listen to Betrayal again. It will always be a source of strength and encouragement for me. Thankfully it will always be with me as long as I have my faithful Kindle!
I would definately listen to this story again. It emphasizes how important it is not to judge people based on their past.
To Win Her Heart could easily be compared to other faith based stories by Karen Witemeyer.
I liked the accent she used when she spoke as Eden. I also really liked the tone she used when she spoke as Charity.
YES! I couldn't stop listening to this story.
Please check out other books by Karen Witemeyer. Her faith based stories are all inspiring.
I would listen to Covet again. I've always had a genuine interest in books about good vs. evil, or angels vs. demons. It's always very entertaining how
Without a doubt, my favorite character is Vin diPietro. I like him best because he's so mysterious. He knows what he wants and he has the
The voice. Each character's voice was slightly different. The tone Eric G. Dove used for each character helped me to visualize what they might look like. I liked it!
I didn't have an extreme reaction. I did find some parts humorous, but I didn't cry. The anticipation was overwhelming sometimes. I liked the anticipation. It makes good reading/listening.
I'm considering Crave and Envy. I hope they both are just as entertaining.
Although I have not read the print version of Belonging, I cannot help but feel the audio version is the absolute best! The narrator,by adjusting her tone for each character, added excitement and enthusiasm to the story.
I might compare the book Belonging to a series I have thoroughly enjoyed called
I absolutely LOVED the voice of this narrator. It can only be described as genuine and true to each character's personality. Laural Merlington made the story come to life, and I honestly could not stop listening.
Though each chapter had its memorable moments, the moment that particularly moved me was when Felicia decided to take a walk alone to the foothills, just her and her bible at the river. She went there to pray and read, and get closer to God. I could visualize everythng this character described. The book of Mark is where she began to read from. It's something that I will remember most about the book.
I would definately recommend this book to anyone who has ever fealt like they were alone or unloved or unwanted. This book reinforces my belief that no matter who you are, where you're from, or what you've done, God always has a plan for your life, and a love for you like no other. He always has the answers and the means to ease your mind and help make your burdens a little lighter.
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