The author mostly spoke from inside the main characters thoughts and the actual dialogue played a lessor part. I kept hoping that I would care for or relate to a character in the story or the story itself, but it did not happen. For me, it was lacking from beginning to end. If I described it in a color, it would be Grey. At the beginning, there is an event which sparks the readers interest. Unfortunately as the story evolves, the characters are not that interesting and the ending is as the story read, flat.
If Mr. Daltons delivery was to evoke the tone of the book, he was very successful.
A life long journey full of characters, experiences, sorrows, joys. Rachel and her story drew me in and held me through to the end. Not a frivolous story and historically fascinating. Well written and well narrated.
Good story with no stone left unturned. Zellotry, faith, perserverance, rewards of hard work, tragedies, trust, secrets. A book with a good heart and believeable characters.
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