Absolutely loved it. Cried a little at the end. Nicholas Sparks does not disappoint. The narrator was a smooth comfortable listen. Highly recommended.
Sure, but not until i finish the next two Kate Morton books.
Hanna, I can relate.
Her voice compliments all of these stories. As usual, she delivers Kate's words in the most addictive way leaving you listening for hours. They would not be same without Caroline.
Family, Mystery, Love, Faith & History
Just a well done story with all a lot of heart and soul poured into it. I cant wait to read the next one. Downloading it as I write this.
No, the narrator's attempts to do the male voices were strained. They should have used a male to co-narrate given all the male parts. Her female voices were just as strained and way too exaggerated.
A bit way too predictable to be interesting. The least interesting aspect was all the played out ridiculous family drama released in the middle of a hostage crisis. It was more like a page from a teen diary or a lonely pill popping housewife drama than anything. Way too much detailed description about meaningless subjects.
The author keeps your attention and lets you see the people, places and colors in the story.
When Laurel sees her mother's siblings photos in the locket.
This is one of my favorite narrators. Her voice is always so perfect for the part. I like that she doesn't try to imitate the male voice and spoil the flow. She is a natural choice.
No. 25 Camden
This is my first Kate Morton book. I cant wait to read them all.
I like the author's description of the scenario, although in a few sections it was too detailed. You can see the island, the dogs and the woods while you listen. The narrator does a bad male voice and a bit too simplistic in her tones. All in all, a nice romance novel with an expected ending.
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