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Valley of Dreams Audiobook

Valley of Dreams: Wild West Wind

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Award-winning author Lauraine Snelling has written more than 60 books - and over two million copies have been snapped up by devoted fans. In Valley of Dreams, Addy Lockwood suffers the death of her father, her mother having passed years before. With nowhere to go, she stays on with her dad’s Wild West Show - until its new manager runs it into the ground. Setting out to locate the hidden valley of her father’s dreams, Addy is soon swept up in a life-changing adventure.

©2011 Lauraine Snelling (P)2011 Recorded Books, LLC

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    Amanda 03-05-15
    Amanda 03-05-15 Member Since 2014
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    While I found the premise and characters of this story interesting, I felt at times like I was reading an almanac, rather than Christian Romance. The details of wilderness survival and Ranch life were interesting, but it tended to get really bogged down in all the step-by-step details. Just about the time when I thought the story was about to get interesting, I hear the man's voice say "The End". I literally thought something must be wrong with the recording. So many loose ends, unanswered questions and unresolved conflicts... Plus, I have no idea what the moral of this book was. Usually you can walk away from a good book with a nugget of truth to carry with you. So much potential...and I really like the main character, but the end felt like the end of a chapter in the middle of the book, rather than the end of the book. I will be listening to the 2nd book in the series, if for no other reason than to feel like I actually finished the story, before moving on.

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