Linney and Kate and Martha I can't pick one. All the characters are lovely.
Made me laugh and cry! My sign of a good book!
This isn't a life changing saga but it is refreshingly honest.
Her little stories of life on the farm.
Love that it was narrated by the author.
You really got to know the characters especially Rachel of course.
Description of lives on Molokai.
Rachel of course
When Rachel and her husband have to give their daughter up for adoption and later when Rachel and Ruth reunite.
Loved the narration especially with all of Pocket's colorful language. I'm sure I would've just skipped it while reading.
The ghost. Silly thing.
I laughed a lot during this crazy book.
Of course! I'm a sucker for accents- make Australia so much better.
Loved poor old Jack.
As always Christopher Moore delivers a hilarious take on vampire lore, just what I needed to break a reading slump after too much historical fiction.
Of course I loved the vampires best. They can't help but eat/ turn people to dust. Wouldn't that be a great addition to our health care system?
We listened to this entire thing on a long weekend car trip. Had to sit in the driveway when we got home!
I would (and have) recommend this book to mystery and nonmystery readers alike.
Loved the local flavor and gorgeous narration.
It didn't make me laugh or cry but made me stay up WAY TOO LATE! Listened to it in almost one evening because I was drawn in so far.
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