2014 Eric Hoffer First Horizon Award Winner! 2014 Eric Hoffer e-book fiction Winner! Cadet Jan Wishart has been falsely accused of an honor violation at West Point. She believes her accuser is also a predator, guilty of a much more serious crime. At the honor trial, Jan must defend herself and try to reveal his guilt. Yet, two hundred years of fraternal brotherhood stand in the way.
The worst is yet to come when Jan and her roommate sneak out after Taps one night. Their discovery in an unauthorized area is more likely to get them kicked out—or killed. Jan realizes the grayness of West Point is not only in its buildings and uniforms. Even honor isn’t always black and white. Relying on her wits and a few friends in the hostile environment of the U.S. Military Academy, Jan discovers the value of friendship, the genuine marks of leadership and her own inner warrior.
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Such an AMAZING and enjoyable read. I thoroughly enjoyed it and can't wait for a sequel. Linda K. does a superb job at narrating and through her voice I was able to connect with each character in a way that made this story come alive. Great production to all involved! Bravo!
This audio version of Gray Girl truly brings out the story through Linda Kimbrough's beautiful pacing, vocal timbre, and timing. I can't imagine experiencing the book any other way.
The main character of Jan as performed by Linda Kimbrough was very interesting to listen to. Her thoughts and dialogue propelled the story effectively and were relatable to listen along with.
As a whole, listening to this audiobook was a great experience. I would recommend this story to anyone who is looking for an empowering tale of a girl who fights against all odds.
Yes, audiobooks are all about the performance of the author's text, and in this case, Linda Kimbrough delivers a powerhouse performance of Susan Spieth's book.
Ms. Kimbrough is beautifully suited to narrate this story. Her velvety, textured voice is quite subtle, and she shows great facility in moving from character to character. If you are piqued by the topic and description of this story by Susan Spieth, you won't be disappointed by Ms. Kimbrough's vocal rendering of the text.
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