Inspiring. Humbling. Precious.
The best thing about this story is that even after listening to it thirty years after I first read it, it still is able to draw me in, sit me down in the story, and keep my head and my heart engaged.
Bernadette Dunne cared about what she did. She cared about the characters. She erased the line between story and listener.
Forgiveness. When Corrie is able to draw on her sister's courage and sense of mercy and forgive.
It would be good if this book were heard or read by young women seeking heroines.
Yes. It provided insight into a few personalities of Venice.
I would have linked even more of the history to present day events.
Steady. Comfortable. Competetent.
Yes. It inspired me to listen to Peter Ackroyd's Venice: Pure City
Give it a go. You'll be surprised at what you hear.
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