Great book but narrator terrible, could not distinguish between the characters, should consider using Joyce Bean, Rene Raudman or Dick Hill.
Once again a breath taking story of lives fighting and struggling to make it from one day to the next, secrets held on to for years, joy, sorrow, hate, love, strength poignantly written by Kristin Hannah and brought to life by exemplary narrator Susan Erickson.
Another Kristin Hannah successful novel about life, love, betrayal, family and fun. So heartwarming and at the same time gut wrenching. Brilliant narration by Susan Erickson once again, brings the magic of Hannah's words to your heart and soul. This screams for a sequel, please.
Marvelous and heart warming of a family struggling to deal with military issues, that take them all where they never thought they would be, courage, love, disparate for answers. Lots of tissues needed for this one and once again a hit for Kristin Hannah.
Story line bland and boring. The worst narration I've ever heard, had to struggle to get through this book. When listening to a book the narrator can make or break it. This was broken from the start!
My first book by Kristin Hannah and not my last. Did not know it was a sequel. Story was very compelling, looking deeply into ones self, good times, bad times, struggles families face. The narration by Susan Ericksen was brilliant, hanging on every word, waiting for the next. The emotions came through loud and very clear. Great pairing of author and narrator. More please..........
Masterful story teller Mr Iles has woven the events of one family's terror filled life, dramatic, suspenseful, heartwarming, chilling and brave as they manage to survive. Brilliant narrator Dick Hill brings these charactors to life in such a captivating and intriguing manner that one can hardly stop listening. One of the very best novels it has been my privilege to listen to. These two Iles and Hill, what a winning compination. Bring on more.
Thoroughly enjoyed the BoonsBoro Trilogy, the characters interesting, challenging and heart warming. One of the better Trilogys.
From the first chapter to the last great story, kept you guessing or wishing for the next bit of drama. One of my favorite Sandra Brown's novel. Living and struggling with Skyler and Cash as they move through their lives, the drama, the excitement, love and pain. Dick Hill the narrator, what a jewel. How he brings the people to life, one feels as if they are right there with them. Keep them coming, Sandra Brown and Dick Hill. Thanks for such enjoyment.
What a scary tale, that keeps unraveling, seemingly never ending. Very disappointed with the narration, dull, hard to listen to, could have been so much more if narrated by Scott Brick or Ron McClarty.
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