©2007 Victoria Christopher Murray; (P)2007 Recorded Books
"[A] vivid portrait of how faith can move mountains and heal relationships." (Publishers Weekly)
this book was okay, the storyline was very good and the characters were/are well develop, although I had read previous books of only Sheridan's story I imagine all the women had previous stories in other books. The narrator was extremly good as always, my only qualm with the book it kinda left you with loose ends, There were ubsavory characters that i wish would have gotten their just desserts, and one character in particular I just wanted to strangle, but all in all it was a very good story you get drawn in with the characters and laugh and cried as they did, the loose ends were not so bad may be this is the set up for the next book.
I usually tell my feelings about the book instead of details about the book. So I dont know how to really review LOL! The characters are well defined. Interesting how the ex-files come together. Story potrayed very vivid and well thought out real life people. Real issues, real dealings. I bonded with Sheridan because of her status and family ideolgy and the ups and downs. Didnt have that type of hubby. I wont say excellent, but very very good! Get the book and the narrator has a great track record. All books narrated by this person are very enjoyable, noises and all. not so much noises this story. Ok my 50 cents. remember to write a review, they are helpful in future purchases of others, thats how I pick/choose my books. so help me out.
I really enjoyed it in the end. I was mad at Asia but liked the way the storyline worked out. I appreciated very much how each woman's faith helped them through their issues, allowing to grow and be themselves at the same time. Pretty good book.
I love the narrator Patricia R. Floyd, who like always did a great job. The book dragged and didn't seem to make progress. It never offered me that "good book" escape. It was like doing time.
Audio books give my eyes a break...
This book droned on and on almost as if the writer had to meet her quota on the amount of pages and words to be written. The little potential it had was lost in the over abundance of unnecessary adjectives. As far as faith goes, I'm unsure what qualifies this book as such as the references to the ungodly seem to far outweigh those of the God of the bible in my opinion, making this along with the grating narration a very uncomfortable listen for me, I couldn't justify spending a perfectly good credit on this book and returned it for a refund. I don't see this as a book for mature believers.
There were so many lessons to be learned in this book. Forgiveness, Letting go of your pride, moving forward with life and many more. I really wanted more of a background on Asia but beyond that the character development was spectacular!! Get the book you won't be disappointed.
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