P.S. Pay another visit to Cedar Cove.
©2008 Debbie Macomber; (P)2008 Brilliance Audio
"Prolific Macomber...is known for her honest portrayals of ordinary women in small-town America, and this tale cements her position as an icon of the genre." (Publishers Weekly)
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This story was wholesome, entertaining and well narrarated. The characters were easy to relate to. I will read this author again.
This book was not quite what I thought it would be and it just wasn't quite my cup of tea. If a story of how peoples lives intersect and how they endure the trials that life throws at you is the kind of book you like, then this would be a good book for you. On that level it was a good story but just not what I was looking for.
I enjoyed the interlaced storylines of this book. Perhaps however there was one too many. I could to easily relate to the characters who are facing real life situations with normal human frailties.
The story description is a bit misleading as I was under the impression that it was all going to be told in first person narrative. Thank goodness it wasn't.
i usually don't write reviews, but seriously, i waited 13 hours for something to happen. several plot lines never resolved at all. there was no excitement or drama. the characters were flat, and hard to even care about. i just don't see why this book received so many stars!
i have downloaded war brides..our next book club selection
her voice was way to perky, and the "phone" conversations sounded like they were in a tunnel.. yuk!
disappointment that i wasted a credit!
if i need to read additional novels to "get it", too bad! i have actually downloaded the new book but unless i am desperate will not listen to it!
Never read the print version
Not enough happy endings throughout the book
The narrator voice was annoying
I thought this started out slow, when in fact Debbie Macomber was getting me so invested in her characters that I couldn't stop listening. I was pleasantly surprised with this book, and cant wait to listen to the sequels. It almost has a "Desperate Housewives" feeling to it.
This wasn't awful, it was good enough to make me buy the second in the series ( see reveiw on book 2, please!!). Sandra Burr did a good enough narration, but the story was just ok, If you are a Debbie Macomber fan, and I am, stick with the Blossom Street series. That being said, I have actually read the Blossom St, not listened to it so I can't comment on the performance.
it was lame
no I don't think so
if the story was remotely decent the performance would have been improved
the book - I kept thinking is it over yet?????
do not recommend
I bought this when it was the deal of the day. I'd heard of the author, so figured I would try it out. I'm couldn't get past the first hour.
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