What I liked best is the heroine is not your typical model beauty.
Predicted it in Chapter 3.
When Logan finally 'got it'.
Yes, because the narrator is British. Since the story is set entirely in the UK her accent brings a flair of reality, especially as the story is written in the first person.
I can't think of a comparison. This story is unique and well written.
This is a great first book into what I am hoping is a memorable and very enjoyable series.
I liked the theme of women's lives at the end of the 50's and the changes they faced in the 1960's.
What I liked least was the scene with the red shoes..........what?!? It was completely out of place and frankly, just silly.
Stick with one theme! So many themes gave the book no solid direction.
No, I can't see it being made into a movie or TV series. Then again, some of the junk on TV now would be a close competitor.
No - the ending was such a surprise that I would be thinking about it all the way through it again.
He has a smooth voice - believable, as if he was telling his own story.
The sisters - and I can't tell you why because that would ruin their story!
Definitely would recommend it. I enjoyed it immensely.
I like her smooth, rhythmic voice. Her accent is perfect for the setting.
I definitely recommend this audiobook! It was a great story to break up the monotony of a long trip.
I love the descriptions the little boy came up with to describe the things in 'child language' that theologists have worked so hard to understand.
All of it - there wasn't anything that I didn't like.
Todd Burpo - a fabulous father.
When Todd was alone in the room at the hospital and was railing against God and the injustice of their situation.
This book was uplifting, moving, and just a joy to listen to - I will listen to it again !
Yes, if you don't have time to read the book personally. The narrator is flat and monotone throughout most of the book. It annoyed the heck out of me but I stuck with it because I love this series and didn't have time to read it, but it did take the excitement out of the story.
Charley, of course. I love her sense of humor in the face of evil.
I can think of a hundred people! Lorelei King's voice is nasal and monotone.
I love the Charley Davidson series (I even got my book club hooked on them). I have read #1 through 6 and I am anxiously anticipating the release of #7 - but I will be buying the Kindle version and not on Audible. Can't stand that voice.
I really enjoyed the humor!
I liked the very clever revenge scenes.
The contest on the football pitch.
The narrator has a heavy British accent. The slang can be difficult if not impossible to understand for a typical American audience. I lived in England for awhile so I was able to understand most of it, but not all. It didn't necessarily detract from the story but it can make it difficult to follow at times.
How the characters grew and developed over the years.
The ending !!! The middle was too sad.
She filled the story with anticipation.
I would want to take both Handful and Sarah! I can think of so many questions to ask them.
Definitely will! It was a wonderful story!
I couldn't guess how it would end !
Perfect accent for the characters.
And what was worth remembering.
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