©2005 Kathleen Krull; (P)2008 Recorded Books,LLC
"With this illuminating biography, Krull kicks off her planned six-volume Giants of Science series... An impressive start." (Publishers Weekly, starred review)
"With a totally captivating opening and a conversational writing style...the book... adds details to bring da Vinci and his times to life." (School Library Journal, starred review)
I always enjoy Tracie Peterson. However, I won't buy another book read by this lady. Her swallowing and smacking irritated me but when I heard her stomach rumble, that was it! Too bad for a good book.
Wish I could have gotten through it!
Please, please screen readers thoroughly. A good reader makes a difference!
The narration by Ruth Ann Phimister made the storytelling annoying.
I love the books that are performed by other narrators. Tracie Peterson's books are very entertaining.
Discovery, acceptance, practice
From the first to last words in this book, Christ Jesus and His redemption is displayed in novel which sets out perfectly a real life scenario. I want to listen to books that are Bible studies in themselves always for sure sticking to good theology, which this one does.
At the end of the book, last chapter....Diane hitting home what Cole's heartache really was all about.
Diane's uncle sharing his former life story.
This book and I'm sure the series (I am going to start book 2) are a must listen.
No. The romance between the main characters was too slow in developing.
I enjoyed the glimpse into the Virginia City mining days. The least interesting for me was the amount of time spent on the mother's drug addiction . The romance , or at least the attraction between the main characters should have been developed more on the wagon train trip .
Not listened to her before , but she did a good job. The characterization's were done well
The scene where Cole's fiancé was shot down
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