I am living in the area around Fort Sill, and this really was an interesting tale about the history of the area and great plains Indians. I actually took a tour of Quannah Parker's STAR HOUSE where it has been moved to a little historical area at Cache, Oklahoma. The narrator is easy to follow and kept my interest.
Jo's relationship with her mother seems to be a source of her other problems. Jo is so sure of her purpose to set an example to live green on green acres, but her own insecurities surface when she is attracted to a young veterinary who is staying next door.
I liked how everywhere she goes, she is given "messages" to deal with her questions. God sometimes wants us to "be still" and let him work in our lives. Jo is falling in love with Zack, but he doesn't fit her "plan". She makes decisions she will regret with their relationship to stay on her perceived course in life.
I always feel the narrator performs the story and that enriches the whole experience of the story. I liked who the story was "slower" due to the narration than it would have been if I speed read it as usual. This was perfect to setting the scene for this country lifestyle portrayed.
Love can be sweet and sour, but it is just as addictive as raspberries and vinegar.
I am a fan of the audiobooks. Due to my schedule and on the road a lot.
I really liked Margaret throughout the series. And she steps out more fully as a character in the third book.
Phil Gigante is one of my favorite narrators. Although Scott Sigler did the narration on books one and two in this trilogy, I had no problem with character identification in this book.
This trilogy grabs you and takes off like a rocket, but definitely should be read in order. 4 STARS
I will be listening to this one again. Wonderful story about family and healing. Loved the characters and the first person telling of the story. The narrator was perfect for this one. Wonderfully surprised and ended with a heartfelt feel good spirit.
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