A groundbreaking, best-selling work when it was originally published in 1955, Gift from the Sea continues to be discovered by new generations of readers. With a new introduction by Lindbergh's daughter Reeve, this 50th-anniversary edition will give those who are revisiting the book and those who are coming upon it for the first time fresh insight into the life of this remarkable woman.
©1955, 1975, 1983, 2003 Anne Morrow Lindbergh; 2005 Random House, Inc. Random House Audio, a division of Random House, Inc.
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I do not normally re-read books. But this is one I keep coming back to. As a wise friend told me - "It's a book someone gives you in your 30s, but you understand it in your 40s."
Oh, Anne - you continue to have such wonderful lessons for women as we go through different phases of our lives.
Claudette Colbert's voice was perfect for these gifts of reflection. Definitely a treasure.
The Publisher's Summary and a recommendation from a friend is the reason I downloaded this book. I like these type of self-help books. The narrator was good but that is the only positive thing I can say about this listen. The author wrote as if addressing ignorant, child-like readers. The serene tone droned on and on and whatever point she made, she overly explained. I had no patience for it and gave it up midway. I would not recommend the purchase of this book.
It is written in an easy style that was a pleasure to read (I also bought the book) and an absolute pleasure to listen to.
There are no characters in this narrative. Just Lindberghs wonderful reflections on life and relationship.
Her voice is amazing. I will listen to this again and again just to hear her read. Also, she is in character for Lindbergh and does it superbly.
Look at the shell of your life and know yourself is just the begining. Her reflections on relationships is right on.
I read this book with a book club. The discussion went twice as long as usual. The book is just that good.
The narrator and positive outlook. No new ideas for me though
I later read that she had an unhappy marriage, would like to have known how things were going when she wrote this book.
This reading by Claudette Colbert of Anne Morrow Lindbergh's wonderful, small book of essays on the need for solitude, quietude and simplicity, and the dance of individuals as couples, is a quiet masterpiece.
A book that can be re read over and over again. Seems to be timeless. It is amazing how poignant what she wrote so many years ago is still pertinent today.
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