It was okay. And since I use audible to occupy myself on a long commute to and from work, it was fine.
It was very predictable.
The narrator could have been consistent with pronouncing one of the girl's names. It started out one way, then switched, then every once in a while, he would say it the original way again.
I wanted to hear about the dog's heroism, but this was more about how the author's blindness helped him survive Sept. 11
The hour and a half of recorded speeches at the end that had nothing to do with the book other than the fact that they were about blindness.
I just would have made the book more chronological. He should have talked about his childhood, the introduction to using guide dogs, college, working life, then the events of September 11th. All the jumping back and forth was confusing.
This woman was so self centered that I could not stand her. She made it sound like she is the only person who has ever gone through a life-changing divorce and we should all care about her self-indulgent, privileged trip around the world to "heal." Also, this was poorly written with so many similes and metaphors that it was nauseating.
Mostly. She did most of the accents well, but otherwise didn't change her voice much.
Elizabeth. I hated her conceited attitude and self-righteousness.
I usually prefer print versions to things since they let my imagination be more in control than with an audio book, but since I have a long commute to and from work, this works out well for me.
I liked the vague return of Stormy through the child.
I don't like this question since I don't think I would want to see a movie made of this book.
I had some trouble following some of the pseudo-science in this book as it wasn't explained very well.
I really loved the story and the unique historical perspective.
In the Shadow of the Ark by Anne Provoost because of the idea of taking a biblical story, and researching the actual historical perspective of that story by telling a fictional tale based on it.
The music in the background was TERRIBLE. It very often did not fit the mood of the scene it was placed behind, and was often loud and distracting.
Dinah the Midwife
The performance was good, and I could really relate to the main character.
Yes. It was a great way to pass the time.
No. It was a little too long for one sitting.
I would recommend this book only to someone who was looking for something fluffy to read with little depth. Maybe a friend who was just getting divorced.
Probably not. I would rather save my money for authors I relate to more.
No. It was a complete story, and any more would just beat it to death.
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