A very educational look at how the appointments to the judicial bench influence the laws of the country and how the judges make their decisions. Disturbing in how removed from reality some are. A fascinating look at their culture. I enjoyed this book.
I love to travel. The settings stimulated my desire to travel.
I personally identified with being an outcast in a small town and feeling rejected because of lies told about me.
I enjoyed Wildflower Hill although some of the details didn't seem realistic. Issues of having no money but managing anyway and leaving children for so long didn't ring true for me.
I found this an easy listen while doing chores but felt the main character was rather shallow. Guilt from our past can often overshadow our present and this aspect of the story kept me interested.
There are some leaders who believe they are above the law and they are the most dangerous. A riveting read for a holiday.
Repetitive and dragged. I found the writing used some of the same phrases repeatedly and it was irritating. Some descriptions went on too long and others left me wondering what was happening as the topic changed without as much information as I would have liked. I listened to it all but feel it could have been much shorter. On the other hand having travelled through much of the areas of England where the story is located I enjoyed the history.
I enjoyed the insights I gained from this book but would have liked to have more suggestions of practical applications in unique situations. I intend to work to apply the concepts. I have successfully used the process once. I learn through visualizing so the stories were helpful.
I was both saddened and encouraged as I saw ways my youth hindered my success in some areas and promoted it in other directions. I also read with the viewpoint of myself as a parent and ways I influenced my children's achievement or lack of it. A worthwhile read!
I enjoyed this short story and laughed aloud.
I dislike all the gore and violence. A good story should be based on the interest and plot moving along without all the graphic descriptions of death and destruction.
The thrill of an emotional roller coaster keeps many addicted to danger. Andrea's story is sad, understandable and very brave. It is also indicative of the difference between the perceived glamour of the mob and a more realistic view of the behind the scenes reality.
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