yes. It's a good read.
How it took you on a journey to understand the Forgotten Garden.
As the little girl.
Title was perfect for this book.
The quality of writing.
The other books in the Joe Pickett Series.
The moment Nate made "a choice".
This is an awesome book. I highly recommend it as well as the entire series.
Great final book of this series
Will Trent and Sarah at their best.
Yes. This is one of her best.
Strong emotions throughout the book.
Only negative thing for me was the fact that in previous books of this series Will Trent refused to upgrade his tattered and broken cell phone because of the issues he has with Dyslexia. That's cool, but then in this book all of a sudden he's mastering a "smart phone" with intense, complicated apps.
This was the BEST book of this series! MUST read the previous books to appreciate it and the story of Will Trent's life.
Yes, especially when she was speaking as Sarah.
Brought out many strong emotions.
Can't wait to begin the final book in this series. Can't imagine it being as good as this one. That said, I will admit it was a little too "Gory" with the details of abuse.
Yes! Rarely do I find such a Country lifestyle storyline such as this.
It took an avenue of interest that is rarely found in novels.
Dealing with an imperfect Dad and yet still knowing the truth of his motivations.
Currently my favorite book.
A writer writing a book about writing a book.
Poe made this poor book worth enduring to the end. Bless his heart for having to read it.
Just not an interesting storyline.
No. Jackie Schlicher seemed to have too much of a monotone. She was reading words, not telling the story. Failed at bringing the story to life.
I would have had her put more emotion in her performance and less just reading the sentences.
The shooting scene was well written.
This is a great book. could use a better Narrator.
It took REAL current day issues and steeped them together to create an enchanting storyline.
She brought the book to life.
Really enjoyed this book.
Would not. although it does have some good parts, it takes the "bad side" of farm life too far.
too much of telling how hard life is on the farm.
Historical. Fascinating. Captivating.
Both made the story come alive.
The train ride to the west.
I would recommend this book.
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