Yet Father Tim, the bachelor rector, wants something more. Enter a dog the size of a sofa who moves in and won't go away. Add an attractive neighbor who begins wearing a path through the hedge. Now, stir in a lovable but unloved boy, a mystifying jewel theft, and a secret that's 60 years old.
Suddenly, Father Tim gets more than he bargained for. And readers get a rich, provincial comedy in which mysteries and miracles abound.
Don't miss out on the rest of Father Tim's adventures in Mitford.
©1994 Jan Karon; (P)1996 Recorded Books, LLC All rights reserved
I listened to Home to Holly Springs and fell in love with Fr. Tim and his lovely life. After listening to this first edition I was hooked. I'm currently on the 4th book, Out to Canaan and I am addicted to Mitford!!
I love all of Jan Karon's books in this series. I have read all of then at least 3 times and listened to them on audio once or twice. Heaven will be just like Mitford- with out the pain of course. Perfection
Since there are two more books in this series, I guess there is an audience out there for this book. However, I am not included. It drug on with such minute day-to-day details, that I only listed to the first download. I felt I had wasted my money.
I write both fiction and non-fiction and read both fiction and non-fiction. I like history, true crime, women's fiction and anything funny
To be fair, I didn't realize it was Christian fiction when I ordered it. So I found that heavy handed, but even if you are a Christian fiction fan, this story spends a long time going nowhere. I also did not realize her other book I ordered was Christian fiction, but that one had a decent story. For me, these are some overly cute characters with overly cute anecdotes that all felt so episodic, I gave up after about a third of the way in.
No,but mostly because I am not her target audience.
Frankly, they all began to irritate me.
I know many fans of this author, and based on their enthusiastic recommendations, I really expected to like this book. However, I literally fall asleep every time I listen to it for more than ten minutes (thankfully I'm usually in bed while I'm listening). I'm not impressed with the story(nothing happens), characters, or the narration. Perhaps this is one of those books that's just better in print, but based on my experience so far, I don't think I'll give the print version a try any time soon. I'm sorry I wasted a credit on this.
I was looking for a relaxing listen with a little mild suspense, and did get that, but it became really tiresome hearing all the confessions and testimonials of faith. It's like profanity - a lot of extra words that don't advance the plot, and grows more and more annoying the longer the book plays. I thought it was educational to hear the symptoms of someone slipping into a diabetic coma, as the preacher does in this book; otherwise would have given only 1 star. I did get through it, as it was pretty helpful lulling me to sleep at night, but won't be shopping for more of the same.
F. Tim's struggle for self honesty.
Dooley and F. Tim staying home to play with the train.
This was my first book from audible and I loved it.
The characters felt familiar and I wanted to know what was happening in their lives.
The voice over was perfect.
This is a nice heartwarming tale about people in a small town. Beautifully written.
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