Don't miss the other titles in the Dakotah Treasures series.
©2004 Lauraine Snelling; (P)2004 Recorded Books, LLC
I would actually give it a 4.5. Even though you already know where the plot is going, it's fun getting there.
I read this book years ago, but I wanted to read this series again so I decided to listen to them. I could hardly get through the book. The narrator was so monotone and slow, with no inflection or variation of voice. I was so bored. I would not recommend the audiobook. I enjoyed the book when I read it years ago, so if you wanted to read it, go with the hard copy. Don't waste your money or credit on the audiobook.
I enjoyed this book even more than the first. I purchased Ruby not realizing that these were "inspirational." But, because of the historical context, the references to religion fit well with the story, which is sweet and interesting and wonderfully narrated.
I liked the way the characters evolved. I liked the fact that she writes like a Christian with none of the worldly influence.I didn't like the ending.
Yes, I want to finish the series because they are clean.
Her voice is irritating and slow and her inflections are wrong.
I would like to see the whole series being made into a series. Don't know stars well enough to have input.
I listened to this book on a looonnnggg road trip which may have been a mistake. The narrator is a bit montone, but it may have been the monotone highway I was on. The story is sweet. The series is a good one.
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