In my top 5
The Unbroken... this too is a true story and is told in a manner that I felt I was right there!
Extremely excellent! Love listening to her!
There are many moments that are moving in the book. This was a time of devastation and the Jews were treated so terribly. It was a cruel and grueling time and this story captivates all that a family went through.
I've read numerous books about relationships and at some point I stopped relating to the couples or author's advice. This book is less advice and more of a true story that really resonated with me.
Lucille... she sounds like she was happy, loving, smart, sensible and really loved her family. Her advice is very wise and I would have loved to have been at their dinner table.
Loved the scene when he went fishing with his grandpa and dad. I can totally see it take place by the way it's told and just really laughed while hearing about the snake in the boat.
As a divorcee that has kissed my share of frogs, it's refreshing to read something I completely identified with. While wanting to be a part of Lucille's family, I was fully engaged in the self-discovery journey of the author through his several marriages, endless online dating and some pretty funny predicaments.
exciting, satisfying, sad
Cry No More has an amazing conclusion. It brings out such strong emotions, both happy and sad.
There are too many!
This book made me laugh and cry!
My boyfriend is not going to read this book so I told him the storyline, from beginning to end. There were three times when I got choked up and struggled to tell him the story. When I told him the end I really started crying! Love it when that happens!! These were good tears...
The story is about a woman who chaperones a 15-year old for one summer in New York in the early 20's. It's a very entertaining story with twists and a storyline that is wonderful. The story flows very easily going from the present to the past. The story is very insightful into different emotions that most everyone will be able to relate.
Cora, the chaperone. She was a tough, yet very vulnerable character presented with many difficult situations but always carried through with grace and dignity.
Very pleasant voice and the animation of each character was great!
Great story! Good read (or listen!)
Loved listening to Jim Broadbent! My favorite narrator so far!
Even though it was slightly predictable, it was just a lovely story about how we take each other for granted, treat our significant other with carelessness, and forget to forgive and love each other to the best of our abilities under each circumstance.
His ability to change characters and such animation!!
Harold Fry. Because he was so vulnerable and because of the happenings of his past, he was able to become determined and move on.
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