What made the experience so enjoyable was the narration in various voices. It made it sound like the main character was rebelling his life story to me.
None that I had read yet.
Phew made it easy to listen to and feel involved.
This story was very interesting and I would,recommend it to everyone.
What made this experience of listening to this story is the fact that Mattie a slave on the Fair Oaks estate loved with her whole heart baby Lisbeth. She was the slave that raised Lisbeth from when she was a new born, and treated her like she would have treated her own son who was also born near the same time, and hoped that he was loved the same way.
The most memorable point of the story is at the end.....I don't want to spoil it. But it goes with the synchronicity of life, and when you do things with pure love with no malice, you are rewarded as life goes on.
No I haven't listened to any other story she wrote.
Made me tear up a bit at the end.
This author uses different voices for her reading, and it was very pleasant. Other stories I have read with the same trend, they weren't good at all. This narrator has made listening to this story a pleasure.
Yes, I love listening to the various voices of the characters. I love the author talking in first person .
The quirkiness of this story keep me entertained. I also like that the main character did a form of meditation as he wrote his letter to Richard Gere. The story stayed with me.
I love how he changed his tone for each person. Especially Max and father mac inally.
When god closes a door he always opens a window! Keep on the look out for it!
This is a quirky story of a man who only cares for his mother. His mother pass away, and thru a few various circumstances, he meets people who help him grow up and heal his grieving of his mother.
I would recommend it to a friend because it follows the pbs masterpiece show.
The narration was a bit hard to follow.
Hard to follow.
Not at all
Good story, short and sweet.
I loved Fannie Flagg narrating this story. It is a feel good story and give you the warm fuzzies for sure!
Fannie Flaggs other books.
Her narration in the accent of the area the story takes place.
Found love for the unexpected
This book I listen to over and over. It is a sweet story about a place down south where everyone gets along and the weather is so wonderful. It is just a christmas feel,good story.
Number one in books I have listened to!
I loved this story's history and how it related to the story. I was especially happy to hear it from both characters, their life and how it all pulled together at the end.
Loved the narration and character voices they used for both parts. The stammering of Sarah Grimke was excellent!
Yes, I did want to listen in one seating.
Great story based on fact. I learned something's about slavery that I didn't know, or read about in our history books.
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