Isabel Hart is afraid of two things, the maze at Trencarrow where she got lost as a young child, and the lake where her brother David saved her from drowning in a boating accident. With her 21st birthday and the announcement of her engagement imminent, Isabel decides it is time for her to face her demons and ventures into the maze. There she sees something which will alter her perceptions of herself and her family forever. The house party gathers and as more secrets are revealed, Isabel doubts she has chosen the right man, although her future fiancé has more vested in this marriage than Isabel realizes and has no intention of letting her go easily. Will Isabel be able to put her preconceptions of marriage behind her and take charge of her own life, or is she destined to be controlled by others and a past she cannot break away from?
©2011 Anita Davison (P)2011 Iambik Audio inc.
An old broad that enjoys books of all types. Would rather read than write reviews though. I know what I like, and won't be bothered by crap.
The narrator turned me off of this book. I only made it through the first 5 chapters. If you enjoy fingernails scraping on a blackboard, then ignore my opinion.
I may go back and listen to the story a little at a time, because it was starting to get interesting. I may end up reading the book myself. I will update when I decide.
Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell. One of my favorite books.
When the protaganist's voice sounds like a 6 year old brat, (Isabel Hart is supposed to be almost 21) it is impossible to like her. She was cloying and insipid and I couldn't take her anymore.
I don't know, I didn't get far enough into the book to know. The Narrator for sure!
I'm sorry to be so blunt on this one, but I really couldn't listen anymore.
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